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Electron conductance of -bis-(1-naphthl)-diphenyl--biphenyl--diamine at low temperatures
7.P. E. Burrows, Z. Shen, V. Bulovic, D. M. McCarty, S. R. Forrest, J. A. Cronin, and M. E. Thompson, J. Appl. Phys. 79, 7991 (1996).
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The electron conductance of -bis-(1-naphthl)-diphenyl--biphenyl--diamine was found to increase with decreasing temperature experimentally. This phenomenon is quite abnormal since for most organic materials the conductance increases with increasing temperature. A probable explanation was given according to a previous work about soliton diffusion in polyacetylene within the framework of SSH model.
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