Single-electron transistor of a single organic molecule with access to several redox states

  title={Single-electron transistor of a single organic molecule with access to several redox states},
  author={Sergey E Kubatkin and A Danilov and Mattias Hjort and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Cornil and Jean-Luc Br{\'e}das and Nicolai Stuhr-Hansen and Per Hedeg̊ard and Thomas Bj\ornholm},
A combination of classical Coulomb charging, electronic level spacings, spin, and vibrational modes determines the single-electron transfer reactions through nanoscale systems connected to external electrodes by tunnelling barriers. Coulomb charging effects have been shown to dominate such transport in semiconductor quantum dots, metallic and semiconducting nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes, and single molecules. Recently, transport has been shown to be also influenced by spin—through the Kondo… CONTINUE READING
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