Phase diagram of quarter-filled band organic salts, [EDT-TTF-CONMe2]2X[EDT-TTF-CONMe2]2X, X=AsF6X=AsF6 and Br

  title={Phase diagram of quarter-filled band organic salts, [EDT-TTF-CONMe2]2X[EDT-TTF-CONMe2]2X, X=AsF6X=AsF6 and Br},
  author={Pascale Auban-Senzier and Claude Pasquier and Denis J'erome and Steve Suh and Stuart E. Brown and C{\'e}cile M{\'e}zi{\`e}re and Patrick Batail},
  journal={Physica B-condensed Matter},
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