Simplifying the conductance profiles of molecular junctions: the use of the trimethylsilylethynyl moiety as a molecule-gold contact.

Abstract

Conductance across a metal|molecule|metal junction is strongly influenced by the molecule-substrate contacts, and for a given molecular structure, multiple conductance values are frequently observed and ascribed to distinct binding modes of the contact at each of the molecular termini. Conjugated molecules containing a trimethylsilylethynyl terminus, -C… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c2dt31825c

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