Molecular Devices . Chiral , Bichromophoric Silicones : Ordering Principles in Complex Molecules

@inproceedings{Langhals2008MolecularD,
  title={Molecular Devices . Chiral , Bichromophoric Silicones : Ordering Principles in Complex Molecules},
  author={Heinz Langhals},
  year={2008}
}
There is a demand in modern technology for IT devices with high speeds of operation and high integration. Moore’s law [1] predicts a doubling of complexity for storage every two years and is one popular expression for the tendencies to increase the performance of devices concerning size and speed. One can ask if there is a natural limit for the speed of operation, what factors are limiting this speed and what type of devices are expected for such a technology. 

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