Kondo resonance in a single-molecule transistor

@article{Liang2002KondoRI,
  title={Kondo resonance in a single-molecule transistor},
  author={Wenjie Liang and Matthew P Shores and Marc Bockrath and Jeffrey Richard Long and Hongkun Park},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2002},
  volume={417},
  pages={725-729}
}
When an individual molecule, nanocrystal, nanotube or lithographically defined quantum dot is attached to metallic electrodes via tunnel barriers, electron transport is dominated by single-electron charging and energy-level quantization. As the coupling to the electrodes increases, higher-order tunnelling and correlated electron motion give rise to new phenomena, including the Kondo resonance. To date, all of the studies of Kondo phenomena in quantum dots have been performed on systems where… CONTINUE READING
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