Electrical Conductivity of the Perylene–Bromine Complex

  title={Electrical Conductivity of the Perylene–Bromine Complex},
  author={Hideo Akamatu and Hiroo Inokuchi and Yoshio Matsunaga},
WE have found that some complexes between polycyclic aromatic compounds and halogens, in the solid state, have fairly good electrical conductivity (∼ 1–10−3 ohm−1-cm.−1). Nevertheless, many of them are not stable and do not keep this property for long. 
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