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Discussing the key issues that distinguish organic conductors from more conventional conductive compounds, this comprehensive and up-to-date reference examines all aspects of organic conductors;detailing the most recent theoretical concepts and current laboratory methods of synthesis, measurement, control, and analysis. Describes the latest advances in molecular-scale engineering, including switching and memory systems, Schottky and electroluminescent diodes, field-effect transistors, and photovoltaic devices and solar cells! Focusing on basic chemical and physical properties, Organic Conductors covers the theory of low-dimensional conductors delineates how organic conductors fit in with the rest of condensed-matter physics investigates the molecular design and synthesis of organic conductors analyzes techniques to characterize organic conductors such as crystallographic measurements and electronic and molecular spectroscopies reviews the magnetic electron spin resonance and nuclear magnetic resonance properties or organic conductors explores the physical properties of organic conductors such as electronic instabilities and phase transitions considers the potential application of organic materials and polymers in electronics provides a summary of organic superconductors, including fullerenes and more!"
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