Electronic transport in single-molecule magnets on metallic surfaces.

@article{Kim2004ElectronicTI,
  title={Electronic transport in single-molecule magnets on metallic surfaces.},
  author={G. Kim and Tae-Suk Kim},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={92 13},
  pages={
          137203
        }
}
  • G. Kim, Tae-Suk Kim
  • Published 2004
  • Materials Science, Medicine, Physics
  • Physical review letters
An electron transport is studied in the system that consists of a scanning tunneling microscopy, single-molecule magnet metal. Because of quantum tunneling of magnetization in a single-molecule magnet, linear response conductance exhibits stepwise behavior with increasing longitudinal field, and each step is maximized at a certain value of field sweeping speed. The conductance at each step oscillates as a function of the additional transverse magnetic field along the hard axis. A rigorous… Expand
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