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Radiative transfer of energy at the nanometre length scale is of great importance to a variety of technologies including heat-assisted magnetic recording, near-field thermophotovoltaics and… (More)
Molecular junctions hold significant promise for efficient and high-power-output thermoelectric energy conversion. Recent experiments have probed the thermoelectric properties of molecular junctions.… (More)
Atomic and single-molecule junctions represent the ultimate limit to the miniaturization of electrical circuits. They are also ideal platforms for testing quantum transport theories that are required… (More)
Thermal transport in individual atomic junctions and chains is of great fundamental interest because of the distinctive quantum effects expected to arise in them. By using novel, custom-fabricated,… (More)
Quantitative studies of nanoscale heat dissipation (Joule heating) are essential for advancing nano-science and technology. Joule heating is widely expected to play a critical role in accelerating… (More)
Radiative heat transfer in Ångströmand nanometre-sized gaps is of great interest because of both its technological importance and open questions regarding the physics of energy transfer in this… (More)
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Radiative transfer of energy at the nanometer length scale is of great importance to a variety of technologies including heat-assisted magnetic recording, near-field thermophotovoltaics and… (More)
The Supplementary Information that accompanies this study was omitted from the original version of this Article.
Understanding energy dissipation at the nanoscale requires the ability to probe temperature fields with nanometer resolution. Here, we describe an ultra-high vacuum (UHV)-based scanning thermal… (More)