One-Dimensional Conductors [E-Book] / by Seiichi Kagoshima, Hiroshi Nagasawa, Takashi Sambongi.
Kagoshima, Seiichi, (author)
Nagasawa, Hiroshi, (author) / Sambongi, Takashi, (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1988
XII, 235 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642831799
10.1007/978-3-642-83179-9
Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences ; 72
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. What Are One-Dimensional Conductors?
  • 2. Fundamental Properties of Electronic Systems in One Dimension
  • 2.1 The One-Dimensional Conduction Band and the Peierls Instability
  • 2.2 Charge Density Waves
  • 2.3 Fluctuations and Three-Dimensionality
  • 2.4 Roles of the Coulomb Interaction
  • 3. Properties of TTF-TCNQ and Its Family
  • 3.1 Molecular Synthesis and Crystal Growth
  • 3.2 Electrical Properties
  • 3.3 Magnetic Properties
  • 3.4 Behaviour of the CDW
  • 3.5 Characteristic Properties of Compounds Belonging to the Family of TTF-TCNQ
  • 3.6 Superconductivity in (TMTSF)2X and Its Family
  • 4. Properties of MX3
  • 4.1 Preparation and Crystal Structure
  • 4.2 Charge Density Waves in NbSe3
  • 4.3 Charge Density Waves in TaS3
  • 4.4 Superconductivity in TaSe3
  • 5. Properties of KCP
  • 5.1 Mixed Valence Pt Compounds
  • 5.2 Crystal Structure and the Preparation of Single Crystals
  • 5.3 Electrical Properties
  • 5.4 Magnetic Properties
  • 5.5 Charge Density Waves and the Kohn Anomaly
  • 5.6 Behaviour of the Water of Crystallization
  • 5.7 Band Model and Mixed Valence Model
  • 6. Properties of the Linear Chain Polymers (CH)x and (SN)x
  • 6.1 Properties of (CH)X
  • 6.2 Properties of (SN)x
  • 7. Properties of Linear-Chain Mercury Compounds
  • 7.1 Synthesis and Crystal Structure
  • 7.2 Metallic Conductivity and Superconductivity
  • 7.3 The One-Dimensional Lattice of Mercury Chains
  • References.