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The quantum spin liquid candidate κ-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu2(CN)3 has been established as the prime example of a genuine Mott insulator that can be tuned across the first-order insulator–metal transition either by chemical substitution or by physical pressure. Here, we explore the superconducting state that occurs at low temperatures, when both methods are combined, i.e., when κ-[(BEDT-TTF)1−x(BEDT-STF)x]2Cu2(CN)3 is pressurized. We discovered superconductivity for partial BEDT-STF substitution with x =doi:10.3390/cryst11070817 fatcat:fqf56bn4nzhzzcxqu4keophc4u