Reevaluation and Extensions of Existing Systems
In the intense development of molecular and polymeric conductors during the past five years, traditionally segregated areas of synthetic chemistry and solid-state physics have been effectively joined. Among the results are a rapidly expanding series of qualitatively new materials, substantial refinements in sample preparation and experimentation, new theoretical avenues, and important changes in the interdisciplinary structure of materials research itself.
KeywordsOrganic Conductor Electrical Anisotropy Solid State Polymerization Interchain Coupling Graphite Intercalate
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