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Molecules are promising candidates for electronic device components because of their small size, chemical tunability, and ability to self-assemble. A major challenge when building molecule-based electronic devices is forming reliable molecular junctions and controlling the electrical current through the junctions. Here, we report a three-terminal junction(More)
Published: February 13, 2017 Figure 1. (a) Schematic illustrating a molecular transistor junction. An external electric field generated by a side-gate electrode is applied to the single-molecule junction formed by the MCBJ. Note that the distance (∼5 nm) from gate to molecular junction for working molecular transistor junctions is not scaled proportionally(More)
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