Molecular Low Dimensional and Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Applications
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BeschreibungA presentation and discussion of the most recent advances in the field by the world's leading experts. Topics dealt with include new organic metals with quasi-two-dimensional structure, new organic superconductors, conducting and magnetic hybrid organic-inorganic materials, and highly conducting organic composites. Also reported are very interesting, significant results on optically controllable gratings in liquid crystals and polymers, organic electroluminescent materials, functionalised polymers and photonics, and nonlinear optics. Some new, fascinating fullerene derivatives and organic and metallic clusters are also presented. The chemical design of logic gates and molecular logic machines and the analysis of the roles of defects in clusters are attracting great interest. The properties of semiconducting quantum wires, electronic transport through magnetic molecular nanostructure and electronic transport properties of nanostructures containing both ferromagnetic and superconductors are also presented and discussed.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. Electronic Properties of Quasi-Two-Dimensional Organic Metals; E. Balthes, et al. Organic Electroluminescent Devices. Control of Carrier Injection; M.R. Willis, et al. Dipolar Species in Molecular Materials: Towards Modulation of Charge Carrier Mobilities by Electrostatic Interactions; J. Sworakowski, S. Nespurek. Photochromic Molecules as Control Units in Molecular Switches; S. Nespurek, et al. Recent Advances in Engineering and Application of Functionalized Polymers in Nonlinear Optics; C. Combellas, et al. Organic Conducting Composites: Realization and Properties; J.P. Farges. Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines-Correlation of Molecular Structure and Photo-activity; D. Wróbel, A. Boguta. Non-Fermi Liquids in Quantum Wires; B. Kramer, M. Sassetti. Conductance Oscillations in Ferromagnetic Andreev Interferometers; C. Newman, et al. Electronic Transport Through Magnetic Molecular Nanostructures; B.R. Bulka. Delocalized Electrons as a Source of Non-Linearity: Electron-Phonon Coupling and Environmental Effects Beyond Perturbation Theory; A. Painelli, et al. Intra-molecular Electron Transfer in Organic Molecules. Molecular Nanowires; D. Ruiz-Molina, et al. Organic Superconductors: Designing Materials for the Future; J.A. Schlueter, et al. Electrodynamics of High-Spin Molecular Magnet Materials: What's New with Mn12-Acetate? J.L. Musfeldt, et al. Interlayer Magneto-resistance in Layered Organic Conductors; M.V. Kartsovnik. New Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) Derivatives Linked to Various Acceptors for Advanced Materials; A. Gorgues, et al. Organic Compounds Capable to Form Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonds for Nanostructures Created on Solid Surface, Aimed to Sensor Design; O. Neilands. Magnetic Breakdown and Quantum Interference in Quasi Two-Dimensional Organic Conductors(BEDO-TTF)5[CsHg(SCN)4]2 and (BEDT-TTF)8[Hg4CI12(C6H5CI)2]; R.B. Lyubovskii, et al. Polymeric Magnetic Coordination Complexes: From Isolated (O-D) Molecules to 3-D Materials; L. Ouahab, et al. Quantum Chemical Design of Light Driven Molecular Logical Machines; A. Tamulis, et al. Atomic Clusters. Chemical Bond in Condensed Matter; L.C. Cune, M. Apostol. Layered Superconductors in Oriented Magnetic Field. Probing the Superconducting State with Thermal Conductivity; M.A. Tanatar. Rotationally Invariant Representation of the Static Hyperpolarizability Calculation in Push-Pull Molecules; V.M. Yartsev. Imperfect Fullerene Molecules. An ab initio Study; I. Yanov, J. Leszczynski. Electron-Intermolecular Phonon Coupling in kappa-Phase BEDT-TTF Organic Superconductors; A. Girlando, et al. Electrochromic Devices with Starch Based Solid Polymeric Electrolytes; A. Pawlicka, et al. Electron-Molecular Vibrational Coupling and Electronic Structure of kappa-(BEDT-TTF)2CU[N(CN)2]CI0.5Br0.5: Optical Study at Temperatures Down to 15 K; B.V. Petrov, et al. 2-Cyanoethylthio-1,3-Dithiole-2-Selone - New Precusors in Tetrathiafulvalene Synthesis. Tetrathiafulvalenes, Incorporating 1,3,4-Oxadiazole and Cyanoethyl Moieties; G.G. Albashev, et al. Relaxation of Electron Energy in Polar Semiconductor Double Quantum Dots; K. Král, et al. A Semiconductor-Semiconductor Transition in (TSeT)3[Fe(CN)5NO] Followed by Infrared Spectroscopy; N. Drichko, et al. Stability of Metallic State in New Hydrated Molecular Metals: (BET-TTF)2X·3H2O (X=CI, Br); E. Laukhina, et al. Quantum Interference in Quasi-Two-Dimensional Organic Metals
Untertitel: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2002
Seitenanzahl: 356 Seiten