Nanographenes as active components of single-molecule electronics and how a scanning tunneling microscope puts them to work.

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Single-molecule electronics, that is, realizing novel electronic functionalities from single (or very few) molecules, holds promise for application in various technologies, including signal processing and sensing. Nanographenes, which are extended polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), are highly attractive subjects for studies of single-molecule… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ar7001446

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@article{Mllen2008NanographenesAA, title={Nanographenes as active components of single-molecule electronics and how a scanning tunneling microscope puts them to work.}, author={Klaus M{\"{u}llen and J{\"{u}rgen P Rabe}, journal={Accounts of chemical research}, year={2008}, volume={41 4}, pages={511-20} }