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Organic conductors
19.09.09 at 21:24:48
 
Organic conductors
 
Electrical conductivity and metallic behavior in general was believed to be a property exclusive of inorganic materials and, especially, of metals.  
 
During the second half of the 20 th century a number of organic conducting materials has been synthesized. There are three types of organic conductors
 

 
Some materials conduct soo well that they can be classed as synthetic metals.
 
"Molecular conduction required the existence of chemically stable open shell molecules able to provide charges likely to delocalize via intermolecular overlap." from chapter 3 Bourbonnnais, Jerome, Advances in Synthetic metals
 
Examples:
TTF-TNCQ (TTF donor, TNCQ acceptor)
(TMTSF)2Cl)4 : Bechgaard salt.
(BEDT-TTF)2X
(EDO-TTF)2PF6
 
Source:
TCPI - Materials Synthesis and Physical Chemistry
http://www.eie.gr/nhrf/institutes/tpci/researchteams/mspc/mspc-ld-orgconductors- en.html
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