Electrical resistivity studies of certain quasi one-dimensional organic systems at high pressures and low temperatures
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We report the electrical resistivity studies of six quasi one-dimensional organic systems under high pressures up to 8 GPa and temperatures down to 77K. The room temperature resistivity of these complexes lies in the wide range from 108 ohm cm to 0.05 ohm cm, but they have common features under high pressures. The possible interpretations of these behaviours have also been discussed.
KeywordsElectrical resistivity quasi one-dimensional conductors organic system high pressures low temperatures
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