The Electronic Structure of Donor- and Acceptor-Type Intercalation Compounds by Means of Low Temperature Specific Heats and 13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The characteristic properties of graphite intercalation compounds arise from their layered structure, in which a spacial inhomogeneity in the charge distribution could be present in the direction along the C-axis as the result of charge transfer between the carbon and intercalant layers. A variety of studies deal with this charge distribution and different methods of measurements sometimes give contradictory conclusions [1–5].
KeywordsAlkali Metal Carbon Layer Intercalation Compound Knight Shift Alkali Metal Atom
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