Transport measurements for different electron-doped metal phthalocyanine materials demonstrate the possibility to control their electronic properties through alkali intercalation. In these materials, increasing the potassium concentration results in the formation of a doping-induced metallic state (see Figure and Inside Cover). Further doping brings the materials back into the insulating state.
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