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Highly conducting single-molecule topological insulators based on mono- and di-radical cations

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Li, Liang ; Low, Jonathan Z. ; Wilhelm, Jan ; Liao, Guanming ; Gunasekaran, Suman ; Prindle, Claudia R. ; Starr, Rachel L. ; Golze, Dorothea ; Nuckolls, Colin ; Steigerwald, Michael L. ; Evers, Ferdinand ; Campos, Luis M. ; Yin, Xiaodong ; Venkataraman, Latha
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 12 Jul 2022 15:40


Single-molecule topological insulators are promising candidates as conducting wires over nanometre length scales. A key advantage is their ability to exhibit quasi-metallic transport, in contrast to conjugated molecular wires which typically exhibit a low conductance that decays as the wire length increases. Here, we study a family of oligophenylene-bridged bis(triarylamines) with tunable and ...


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