遷移金属錯体伝導体の開発研究と結晶構造 [in Japanese] Structural Studies and Development of Molecular Metals and Superconductors based on Transition Metal Complexes [in Japanese]
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During the past three decades, the old image of molecular conductors has been changed completely. Nowadays, molecular metals are regarded as clean systems with well-defined Fermi surfaces. X-ray diffraction studies have made a great contribution to this progress. Here a brief survey of our structural studies and development of new molecular metals and superconductors is presented. The main topics are, (1) Peierls distorted structure of partially oxidized platinum complex, (2) discovery of metallic complexes without one-dimensional platinum chains, (3) designing analysis of the first molecular superconductor, (4) discovery of pure π-acceptor superconductors, (5) band structure and low temperature crystal structure analysis and (6) novel highly conducting transition metal complex with extended π-conjugated ligands.
X-RAYS 41(4), 236-244, 1999-08-30
The Crystallographic Society of Japan