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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Multifunctional conducting molecular materials.
Cambridge : RSC Pub., 2007
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781847557605 1847557600 9781680153712 1680153714|
|Notes:||Proceedings of the symposium Science and Engineering of the Future with Multifunctional Conducting Molecular Materials held at the 2005 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem 2005) held in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on 15-17 Dec. 2005 - title page verso.|
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 305 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Part One: Molecular Conductors and Superconductors; Mesomeric fused betainic radicals as organic conductors; TTF based materials: from exotic organic superconductors to transistors; Two isomeric methylenediseleno-diselenadithiafulvalenes (MDSE-TS and MDSE-ST): Synthesis and properties of new selenium-containing fulvalene-type electron donors; Correlation and frustration effects in molecular conductors EtxMe4-xZ[Pd(dmit)2]2 (dmit = C3S52-, Z = N, P, As, Sb, x = 0, 1, 2); Electric field effect of quantum oscillations in few-layer graphene in high magnetic fields; New single-component molecular conductors with diselenadithiafulvalene frameworks; Charge transfer complexes of cytosine and TCNQ derivatives; Electron donors from natural products: donating and ligating ability and charge-transfer complex formation of imidazo[1,2-a]pyrazin-3(7H)-ones; One-dimensional alternating antiferromagnetic chain accompanying charge ordering in DODHT organic superconductors;Dimethyl-substituted analogue of BDH-TTP, DMDH-TTP, and its metallic salts; Monooxygen-containing analogues of DHDA-TTP, DHOTA-TTP and OTDA-TTP and their charge-transfer salts; TTF derivatives linking a dimethyldioxolane ring and their charge-transfer salts; Structures and electrical properties of new PDT-TTP conductors; Crystal structures and physical properties of (Mo6X14)2- salts (X = Br, I); Pronounced enhancement of charge ordering transition temperatures in TMTTF salts with deuteration; Raman spectroscopy of ?-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu[N(CN)2]I; Charge disproportionation with metallic conductivity in new ET salt, (ET)3(AuBr2)2(AuBr4)2(solv)x, having a peculiar crystal structure; Nano-size molecular conductors directly formed on silicon substrates; Theoretical studies of interdimer parameters in ?'-Me4P[Pd(dmit)2]2 crystals and its spin frustration; Part Two: Design and Synthesis of Functional Molecular Materials; Recent progress of (EDO-TTF)2PF6 and related complexes; Crystal structures and physical properties of (EDO-TTF)5(BF4)3 and (EDO-TTF)4(Sb2F11)0.85(H2O)4; Ionicity of intramolecular charge transfer compounds in solution; Structures and thermal behavior of intramolecular charge transfer compounds Cn-H3CNQ derived from the reaction between 1-alkyl-3,3-dimethyl-2-methyleneindoline and 7,7,8,8-tetracyanoquinodimethane (TCNQ); Synthesis and properties of DT-TTF derivatives possessing dicyanomethylene group as the acceptor unit; NMP TCNQ based molecular wires; Ethylenedithio-TTF-imidazole: construction of pluri-dimensional network by hydrogen-bonding and S...S interactions; New strategies for designing TTP-based donor molecules; Synthesis, physical properties and crystal structures of a new asymmetrical MDOB-EDT-TTF and its charge-transfer complexes; The first metallic salt containing ferrocene, ?"-(BEDT-TTF)4(Fe-(CpCONHCH2SO3)2)o2H2O, and novel ferrocene containing anions, CpFeCp-CONH-(m-, p-)C6H4SO3-; Part Three: Organic/Inorganic Hybrids and photoinduced phenomena; Unconventional magnetotransport in 1D TTF-based ?-d interaction systems; Magnetic conductors based on new ethylenedioxy-substituted donors with a bent molecular structure; Crystal structure and physical properties of the new organic conductors (EDT-TSF)2GaCl4 and (EDT-TSF)2FeCl4; Synthesis and property of tetrathiafulvalene-pendent iron complexes; Gigantic and ultrafast photoresponse in molecular charge ordering system; Photochemical transformation of molecular crystals into devices; Theory of optical responses of photoexcited halogen-bridged metal complexes in different insulating phases; Part Four: Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Other Related Nano Materials; Electric transport and modulated density of states in rotational order and disorder in Na2CsC60; Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy of endohedral fullerenes; Manipulation and assembly of carbon nanotubes by dielectrophoresis; Superconducting phase made from C60 doped with lanthanum; Electric transport properties of doped C60 nanowhiskers; Variable range hopping conduction and magnetic anomalies in ordered mesoporous carbon materials CMK-n; Magnetic properties of hydrogenated and fluorinated surface layer of diamond nanoparticle; Modelling and designing of nano-carbon magnets by a new density-matrix functional theory; Part Five: Integration and Functionalities of Molecular Materials; Eight unimolecular rectifiers; Molecular assemblies: Bridging the gap to form molecular junctions; Study of hole injection in hole-only single-carrier devices; Schottky-gated polymer FET fabricated by multiple laser printing method; Mechanism of ambipolar field-effect transistors on one-dimensional organic Mott insulators; Self-assembled monolayers modification on electrodes of organic thin-film transistors; Organic field-effect transistors based on phenyl substituted tetrathiafulvalene derivatives; Organic semiconductors based on nickel complexes for thin-film transistors; Poly(p-phenylenevinylene) nanofiber yarns fabricated by electrospinning; Paper actuators with conducting polymers; Subject Index|
|Series Title:||Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)), no. 306.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Gunzi Saito.|
- Molecules -- Congresses.
- Organic conductors -- Congresses.
- Inorganic compounds -- Congresses.
- Nanostructured materials -- Congresses.
- SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Physical & Theoretical.
- Inorganic compounds.
- Nanostructured materials.
- Organic conductors.
- Multifunctional conducting molecular materials