The Physics of Organic Superconductors and Conductors

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Andrei Lebed
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 26, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 754 pages
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Historically, quasi-low-dimensional superconductors were considered as the main candidates to observe high-temperature superconductivity. For a disc- sion of the related exotic mechanisms of superconductivity, suggested by W.A. Little and V.L. Ginzburg, see a chapter by D. J ́ erome in this volume. Unf- tunately, high-temperature superconductivity has not been discovered yet in quasi-one-dimensional (Q1D) and quasi-two-dimensional (Q2D) organic ma- rials. Nevertheless, very rich and, in many cases, unique physical properties of their metallic, superconducting, charge- and spin-density-wave phases allowed P.M. Chaikin to claim that the ?rst organic superconductors, (TMTSF) X, 2 are probably the most interesting electronic materials ever discovered. Our book welcomes a reader to a fascinating world of exotic condensed matter physics, low temperatures, and high and ultrahigh magnetic ?elds. It is written by leading experts in the area from USA, France, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, South Korea, Croatia, Hungary, and Switzerland. The book consists of six parts, subdivided into 27 chapters, which contain both the experimental results and their theoretical explanations. The majority of the chapters contain pedagogical introductions and all necessary illustrations to be read separately. Although we concentrate on physical p- nomena, in the most chapters related chemistry and structural aspects of Q1D and Q2D organic materials are also discussed.
 

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About the author (2008)

Since 2004: Professor at Physics Dept., University of Arizona, USA;

Since 2000: Full Professor at Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow, Russia;

2000: Doctor of Sciences (Full Professor) Degree from Landau Institute;

1995-2001: Visiting Professor at Kyoto University, Osaka University, and Tohoku University (all – Japan);

1990: Lenin Komsomol Prize in Physics (the Highest former Soviet Union Government Prize for scientists younger than 36);

1986: Ph.D. from Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics.