The M(dddt)2 family of conducting complexes: [Ni(dddt)2]3(AuBr2)2, the first quasi-two-dimensional metal stable down to at least 1.3 K

Lyudmila A. Kushch, Viktor V. Gritsenko, Lev I. Buravov, Anna G. Khomenko, Gennadii V. Shilov, Oleg A. Dyachenko, Vladimir A. Merzhanov, Eduard B. Yagubskii, Roger Rousseau, Enric Canadell

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Abstract

The first stable molecular metal, [Ni(dddt2]3(AuBr2)2, among the M(dddt)2 family of conducting charge-transfer salts has been prepared and its crystal structure has been solved by X-ray analysis. The origin of the metallic conductivity of [Ni(dddt)2]3(AuBr2)2 as well as the stability of this salt with respect to metal-to-insulator transitions is explained on the basis of tight-binding band structure calculations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1633-1638
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Materials Chemistry
Volume5
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1995

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  • Chemistry(all)
  • Materials Chemistry

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    Kushch, L. A., Gritsenko, V. V., Buravov, L. I., Khomenko, A. G., Shilov, G. V., Dyachenko, O. A., Merzhanov, V. A., Yagubskii, E. B., Rousseau, R., & Canadell, E. (1995). The M(dddt)2 family of conducting complexes: [Ni(dddt)2]3(AuBr2)2, the first quasi-two-dimensional metal stable down to at least 1.3 K. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 5(10), 1633-1638. https://doi.org/10.1039/JM9950501633