Synthesis, Structural Characterization, and Conductivity of the First Large Organic Electron Intercalates of Graphite
The intercalation of graphite with various alkali metal and rare-earth oxides has been well characterized . However, the synthesis of organic intercalates of graphite has, up to now, been limited to solvent inclusion of small-ring systems. Reported here are the first intercalates of graphite with large aromatic ring systems that are used to form organic metals.
KeywordsGraphite Acetone Chlorine Perylene Tetracene
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