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Organic Conductors and Semiconductors : Proceedings of the International Conference Siófok, Hungary 1976

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Springer eBook Collection Physics and Astronomy | Lecture notes in physics ; 65Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1977Description: 1 Online-Ressource (XIII, 646 p)ISBN:
  • 9783540373421
  • 9783540082552
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 9783540082552 LOC classification:
  • QC1-75
DOI: DOI: 10.1007/BFb0012355Online resources: Summary: Summary remarks -- Quantum solitons in one-dimensional conductors -- Infrared problems and phase transitions of continuous order in low-dimensional systems -- Scaling. Theory of a one-dimensional fermi gas model with two characteristic energies -- On the Efetov-Larkin model of a strongly interacting one-dimensional system -- Cluster expansion methods applied to a I-d Fermion system -- Magnetic susceptibility of a one-dimensional Fermion-system -- Excitations in the antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain -- Displacement correlation of classical ions in the incommensurate Fröhlich model of a one-dimensional metal -- High temperature structural instability in quasi-one-dimensional conductors -- On the charge distribution and the lattice distortion of quasi-one-dimensional systems -- Quasi-one-dimensional systems -- The role of interchain coupling in linear conductors -- Three-dimensional ordering in the system of weakly coupled chains -- Order in coupled metallic chains -- The two-chain problem: A model of TTF-TCNQ -- On the problem of phase transitions in quasi-id metallic systems -- The exciton model of superconductivity in linear chains - revisited -- Excitonic “superfluidity” in low-dimensional crystals -- The impurity effect on the phase transitions in the quasi-one-dimensional conductors -- Singularity of the electronic density of states due to impurities in the ID-systems with the half-filled zone -- Conductivity of quasi-one-dimensional metal systems with random impurities at T=O -- Impurity pinning of charge density wave in the Peierls-Frohlich state -- Disordered quasi-one-dimensional materials -- The effect of phonons on localization and electroconductivity in ld conductors -- Symmetry changes and phase transitions in TTF-TCNQ -- Perpendicular phase dependence in (TTF) (TCNQ) -- A model for the metal-insulator transition in TSeF-TCNQ -- Chiral charge density waves in quasi one-dimensional organic conductors -- The Peierls instability in the ID metal TTF-TCNQ -- Organic conductors derived from substituted tetraselenafulvalenes -- Chemical trends in organic conductors: Stabilization of the nearly one-dimensional metallic state -- Optical properties of hexamethylene-tetraselenafulvalinium tetracyanoquinodi-methanide (HMTSF-TCNQ) -- X-ray scattering of TSeF-TCNQ and HMTSeF-TCNQ -- Observation of a large hall effect in HMTSF-TCNQ below room temperature -- Nuclear spin relaxation studies of one-dimensional organic conductors, TTF-TCNQ and HMTSF-TCNQ -- Magnetic properties of one-dimensional charge transfer conductors: Pressure effects -- Some remarks on the microwave permittivity measurements of organic semiconductors -- Organic alloys -- Organic conductors with low-symmetric acceptors -- Neutron and X-ray diffuse scattering study of tetrathiofulvalene tetracyanoouinodimethane (TTF-TCNQ) -- Optical evidence for coulomb interactions in TTF-TCNQ -- Anisotropy in the critical behavior of TTF-TCNQ and TSeF-TCNQ -- Magnetic susceptibility of TTF-TCNQ single crystals in the phase transition region -- New, highly conductive, organic solids -- The new class of the quasi-one-dimensional organic metals - The cation-radical salts of the TTT -- Physical properties of a charge transfer complex with TCNQ and iodine: Evidence of a latttice distortion -- Structure, physical properties and phase transition of a TCNQ salt of 1 : 2 stoichiometry : DECA (TCNQ)2 -- Phase transition in Py(TCNQ)2 -- Dynamic nuclear polarization in TTF-TCNQ and K. TCNQ -- Electrical and magnetic properties of complexes of 2,2?,6,6?-tetramethyl--4,4?-bipyrylene (TMBP) and 2,2?,6,6?--tetramethyl-4,4?-bithiopyrylene (TMBTP) with hexacyanobenzene (HCNB) -- Intensities of the infrared absorption in TCNQ salts -- Triplet excitons in simple TCNQ salts -- Interchain coupling and disorder in complex tcnq salts with aromatic donors -- TCNQ salts with symmetric and asymmetric donors -- Investigations of high conductivity of dipyranylidene and dithiadipyranylidene - TCNQ complexes -- Electronic properties of organic and polymeric metals -- Electronic structure and optical properties of polysulfur nitride, (SN)x -- Acoustic phonons of polymeric sulfur nitride, (SN)x -- X-ray and ultraviolet photoemission of polymeric sulfur nitride (SN)x -- Superconducting properties of (SN)x -- Quantum chemical studies on (SN)x -- Galvanomagnetic effects in polymeric sulfur nitride, (SN)x -- Experimental evidence for solitary-wave excitations in GCP -- Synthesis of linear chain transition metal complexes -- Phonon-assisted mobilities in organic molecular crystals (anthracene) -- On the possible mechanisms of conductivity in biopolymers and charge transfer molecular crystals -- On the conductivity of some organic dyesPPN: PPN: 749198567Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-2-BAE | ZDB-2-LNP | ZDB-2-PHA | ZDB-1-SLN
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