Effects of Iodination on the Electrical Conductivity of Hydrogen Bis(Phthalocyaninato) Neodymium(III).
NORTH CAROLINA UNIV AT CHAPEL HILL DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Iodination of metallomacrocycles has been shown to be an effective synthetic approach to low-dimensional conducting materials consisting of partially oxidized molecular stacks. The weakness of this approach is that there is little synthetic control over the small differences in molecular and lattice forces which control the formation of stacks. An improvement to this approach was provided by the face-to-face orientation of macrocycles found in the MPcO subscript n materials. In this paper we show that a similar orientational effect exists in the linear chain compound composed of stacked hydrogen bisphthalocyaninato neodymiumIII bisPcNdIII sandwich molecules.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Solid State Physics