Chemical principles of single-molecule electronics

@inproceedings{Neupane2016ChemicalPO,
  title={Chemical principles of single-molecule electronics},
  author={Madhav Neupane and Steigerwald and Latha Venkataraman and Colin Nuckolls},
  year={2016}
}
| The field of single-molecule electronics harnesses expertise from engineering, physics and chemistry to realize circuit elements at the limit of miniaturization; it is a subfield of nanoelectronics in which the electronic components are single molecules. In this Review, we survey the field from a chemical perspective and discuss the structure–property relationships of the three components that form a single-molecule junction: the anchor, the electrode and the molecular bridge. The spatial… CONTINUE READING
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