Electron–Electron Interactions in Organic Superconductors



Superconductivity in organic superconductors is still not properly understood. The normal state magnetism of examples of quasi-1D,2D, and 3D organic superconductors is summarized and compared. In addition to the results of d.c. magnetization, magnetic susceptibility, and ESR measurements, the densities of states derived from measurements and from badn-structure calculations are discussed. The importance of electron-electron interactions for all molecular superconductors is outlined.