Molecule-Independent Electrical Switching in Pt/Organic Monolayer/Ti Devices

@inproceedings{Stewart2004MoleculeIndependentES,
  title={Molecule-Independent Electrical Switching in Pt/Organic Monolayer/Ti Devices},
  author={Duncan R. Stewart and Douglas A. A. Ohlberg and Patr{\'i}cia Ara{\'u}jo Beck and Yong Ching Chen and R. Stanley Williams and Jan O Jeppesen and Kent A. Nielsen and J Fraser Stoddart},
  year={2004}
}

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