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Nanowires of molecule-based charge-transfer salts

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Nanowires of molecule-based charge-transfer salts are prepared using two different processing techniques. Isolated [TTF][TCNQ] nanowires are grown by a simple adsorption in organic solution method on stainless steel conversion coatings, used as substrates. They are characterized by Raman spectroscopy and current–voltage measurements. Nanowire films of Per2[Au(mnt)2] and (EDT-TTFVO)4(FeCl4)2 are electrodeposited on (001)-oriented silicon wafers, used as anodes. In the second case, growth as nanowires occurs after functionalizing the Si electrode with a phospholipidic membrane. Electrodeposited nanowire films are studied by various techniques, including electron microscopy, vibrational spectroscopies, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and conductivity measurements.

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Submitted
13 Dec 2006
Accepted
15 Feb 2007
First published
06 Mar 2007

New J. Chem., 2007,31, 519-527
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Paper

Nanowires of molecule-based charge-transfer salts

J. Savy, D. de Caro, C. Faulmann, L. Valade, M. Almeida, T. Koike, H. Fujiwara, T. Sugimoto, J. Fraxedas, T. Ondarçuhu and C. Pasquier, New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 519
DOI: 10.1039/B618241K

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