TMTSF

AcronymDefinition
TMTSFTetramethyl Tetraselena Fulvalene (organic superconductor)
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Bechgaard, "Super-conductivity in a synthetic organic conductor (TMTSF)2PF6," Journal de Physique Lettres, vol.
One of the most striking examples concerns the magnetic and electrical behavior of organic conductors based on a molecule called tetramethyltetraselenafulvalene (TMTSF).
With the exception of the recent and exciting discovery of the conducting and super-conducting properties of alkali metal-doped |C.sub.60~ |1~, most synthetic molecular conductors are based on the use of charged |pi~-radicals, either in the form of charge transfer salts such as TTF TCNQ or radical ion salts such as those based on the TMTSF and BEDT-TTF donors |2~.