Molecular Scale Electronics : A Synthetic / Computational Approach to Digital Computing

@inproceedings{Tour1998MolecularSE,
  title={Molecular Scale Electronics : A Synthetic / Computational Approach to Digital Computing},
  author={James M. Tour and Masatoshi Kozaki and Jorge M. Seminario},
  year={1998}
}
This paper outlines a design paradigm for molecular scale electronic systems. The contrast between the present bulk devices and potential molecular systems is presented along with the limitations of using bulk design philosophies for molecular-sized components. For example, the overwhelming considerations of heat dissipation on molecular scale electronic architectures are shown which demonstrate the need for dramatically different information transfer methods if these ultradense molecular… CONTINUE READING

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