ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF MOLECULAR SOLIDS.
CHICAGO UNIV ILL DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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The effects of hydrostatic gas pressure on the electrical conductance of crystalline charge transfer comlexes of the quinhydrone type were investigated. Procedures for the synthesis purification, and growth of single crystals of a variety of complexes from solution were developed. Time-dependent, transient currents are observed in high resistance complexes, attributable to the flow of charges to local traps. Large transient increases in conductance with pressure are observed. Reversible increases in conductance with pressure are small but reproducible. Author
- Organic Chemistry
- Solid State Physics