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Electron transport through single organic molecules and self-assembled monolayers

(2010) Huisman, Everardus Hendrik

Atoms and molecules are the building blocks of matter. A simple molecule as benzene (ring of 6 carbon atoms) is about a billion (1,000,000,000) times smaller than a human being. Small is popular. Especially in the computer industry, where miniaturization of components has improved computers for many years. In that sense, a molecule or atom is the ultimate electronic component. One needs the right tools to build electronics at the atomic scale. Organic chemistry provides such a toolbox. However, before being able to build anything sensible, one ¯rst needs to know the relation between electronic properties and molecular structure. Therefore, we need to connect a molecule to electrodes.

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