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Structures and physical properties of BEDT-TTF salts containing channels of protons

Akutsu-Sato, Akane, Akutsu, Hiroki, Turner, Scott S., Le Pevelen, Delphine, Day, Peter, Light, Mark E., Hursthouse, Michael B., Akutagawa, Tomoyuki and Nakamura, Takayoshi (2003) Structures and physical properties of BEDT-TTF salts containing channels of protons Synthetic Metals, 135-136, (1-3), pp. 597-598. (doi:10.1016/S0379-6779(02)00781-6).

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Charge transfer salts with stoichiometry ?''-(BEDT-TTF)(4)[M(C2O4)(3)](18-crown-6 ether)(9H(x)O), where M = Cr, Ga or Fe and x = 2 or 3 are reported. Their structures suggest that proton migration is possible. Variable temperature resistivity measurements on the Cr salt show metallic behaviour down to 180K. Magnetic susceptibility of the Cr salt is paramagnetic down to 1.8 K. Preliminary impedance measurements suggest that the proton conductivities of the Cr and Ga salts are the order of 10(-3) S cm(-1) at 300 K.

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Published date: 4 April 2003
Additional Information: Proceedings of the International Conference on Science and Technology of Synthetic Metals
Keywords: organic conductors based on radical cation salts


Local EPrints ID: 19876
PURE UUID: 0de3c1b5-43f6-40fb-aa1b-3acd5b5568da
ORCID for Mark E. Light: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 23 Feb 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:30

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Author: Akane Akutsu-Sato
Author: Hiroki Akutsu
Author: Scott S. Turner
Author: Delphine Le Pevelen
Author: Peter Day
Author: Mark E. Light ORCID iD
Author: Tomoyuki Akutagawa
Author: Takayoshi Nakamura

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