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7). Following the common practice, Sch¨onﬂies and short Hermann–Mauguin symbols will be used for point and space groups, respectively. , Cotton, 1971. Let us start with the neutral molecule TTF, the fundamental building block of an immense pool of CTSs exhibiting magnetic ground states, semiconducting, metallic or superconducting properties that will be extensively discussed in the book. 3 shows a TTF molecule oriented in a Cartesian coordinate system, where the long molecular axis is arbitrarily set along the x-axis.
Therefore, comparison of the obtained magnitudes is sometimes difﬁcult. We will insist throughout the book that it is imperative to evaluate the quality of the samples (single crystals or ﬁlms) before discussing intrinsic physical properties. In addition, the phenomenology of charge generation and transport is complex for organic materials, including polymers, and fundamental research has to be pursued. 4. 1). , 1972). 6. 4e Note: All energies in eV. E es is deﬁned as the HOMO-LUMO peak-to-peak gap as determined by photoemission and inverse photoemission measurements.
Overlap along the stack (b-axis) is the origin of its 1D metallic behaviour. σ is highly anisotropic: σb /σa ∼ 103 at RT, where σa and σb represent the conductivity along the a- and b-directions, respectively. 15. Crystal structure of TTF-TCNQ: perspective view along the stacking b-axis. 46◦ . C, S and N atoms are represented by black, medium grey and light grey balls, respectively. H atoms are not represented for clarity. , 1974. metal–semiconductor (also known as metal–insulator) transition occurs at c.