Cofacial Assembly of Metallomacrocycles as an Approach to Controlling Lattice Architecture in Low-Dimensional Molecular Solids. Chemical, Structural, Oxidation-State, Transport, and Optical Properties of the Coordination Polymer [Fe(phthalocyaninato)(μ-pyrazine)]n and the Consequences of Halogen Doping

Bruce N. Diel, Tamotsu Inabe, Narendra K. Jaggi, Joseph W. Lyding, Otto Schneider, Michael Hanack, Carl R. Kannewurf, Tobin J. Marks, Lyle H. Schwartz*

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