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Title: Correlation of substituent parameter values to electronic properties of molecules
Authors: Carroll, Natalie R.
Matsunaga, Nikita
Sohlberg, Karl
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Materials Research Society
Citation: 2002 MRS Fall Meeting, 761: pp. 19-24.
Abstract: There are a vast number of organic compounds that could be considered for use in molecular electronics. Because of this, the need for efficient and economical screening tools has emerged. We have demonstrated that the substituent parameter values (σ), commonly found in advanced organic chemistry textbooks, correlate very strongly with features of the charge migration process. This result supports the use of the σ values as a low cost time saving tool in the selection of compounds for use in molecular electronic devices.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/1823
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