## Highly conducting one-dimensional solids |

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4kf anomaly A. F. Garito A. J. Heeger approximation axis band bandwidth behavior boson charge transfer charge-density waves coherence length correlation functions Coulomb interaction coupling constant crystal dc conductivity decreasing density dielectric constant diffuse scattering dimensional discussion distortion doping E. M. Engler effect electron-phonon electrons energy gap Equation Etemad exciton experimental factor Fermi surface fermion fluctuations frequency Frohlich fulvalene fulvalene stacks Hamiltonian Hubbard model impurities interchain coupling kinds of stacks Kohn anomaly lattice Lett low temperatures magnetic mean-field measurements mode modulation molecules neutron scattering observed obtained One-Dimensional Metals one-dimensional system order parameter P. W. Anderson Peierls phase transition phonon Phys properties quasi-one-dimensional room temperature sample satellite Section Shirane shown in Figure Solid State Commun spin structure studies superconductivity susceptibility TCNQ TCNQ stacks temperature dependence theory three-dimensional Tomkiewicz transition temperature transverse TSeF TTF and TCNQ TTF-TCNQ TTF-TCNQ and TSeF-TCNQ wave vector