Charge localization in organic conductors (TM) X: The influence of anion ordering. Auban-Senzier, P.; Lenoir, C.; Batail, P.; Jérome, D.; and Tomić, S. The European Physical Journal B, 7(4):529-532, 1999.
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An investigation of the dierent contributions leading to charge localization in a 1/2 or 1/4 lled band 1D conductor has been conducted through a study of transport properties in the solid solution [(TMTSF)1-x (TMTTF)x]2ReO4. The existence of an ordering transition of the anions allows to identify two contributions to the electronic potential with wave vector 4kF . A dominant on-site 4kF potential besides the bond contribution is revealed when Umklapp scattering is pertinent via the weakening of the localization arising at the (0, 1/2, 1/2) anion ordering which is stabilized under pressure in the compound [(TMTSF)0:5 (TMTTF)0:5]2ReO4 at variance with the enhancement of localization observed in the homomolecular (TMTTF)2ReO4 material.
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