organic conductor

organic conductor

[ȯr¦gan·ik kən′dək·tər]
(materials)
A two-component material containing anion and cation charged species originating from a charge transfer between two inorganic molecules or between one organic molecule and one inorganic ion.
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We have very recently been able to observe for the first time the inverse spin-Hall effect in an organic conductor.
Compared to metals, organic conductors can be expensive requiring multi-step synthesis.
The research included the following fields: 1) development of bio nano fiber flexible substrate; 2) dye-sensitized solar cell; 3) development of organic thin film solar cell; 4) organic light emitting transistor materials; 5) luminescent efficiency when light is taken out from an organic light emitting device which use photonic crystals; 7) development of 3-dimensional optical recording material; and 8) theoretical studies on electrons in optical recording material and organic conductors.
One of the most striking examples concerns the magnetic and electrical behavior of organic conductors based on a molecule called tetramethyltetraselenafulvalene (TMTSF).