Molecular Nanoelectronics

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Mark A. Reed, Takhee Lee
American Scientific Publishers, 2003 - Science - 394 pages
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Molecular Nanoelectronics is the first and sole reference source ever published to have overviews of nanoelectronics based on the nanometer scale building blocks such as organic molecules, nanoparticles, nanocrystals, nanotubes and nanowires. This book covers topics on transport theory through nanostructures, processing, self-assembly, device fabrication, and architecture for the nanoelectronic device applications. The state-of-the-art chapters are written by leading experts from academia and industries. It contains about 2,000 bibliographic citations and hundreds of illustrations, figures, tables, chemical structures and equations. Each review chapter is fully cross-referenced introducing some of the most important breakthroughs in molecular nanoelectronics, technologies under development today. By introducing all latest research progresses in the molecular nanoelectronics, this book will be a valuable reference to the researchers in solid-state physics, materials science, electrical and electronic engineering, chemistry, and individuals who are interested in the newly emerging field of nanoelectronics. It could be used for a one-semester graduate course in molecular nanoelectronics.

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Contents

Incoherent Transport and Vibronic Coupling
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How to Measure Monolayers?
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Rectification by Monolayers and Molecules of C16H33Q3CNQ 25
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