Molecular assemblies and electronics using scanning tunneling microscope
- Molecular assemblies and electronics using scanning tunneling microscope
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- As early as 1961 it was reported, through calorimetric measurements that alkanes would spontaneously assemble into ordered arrays on suitable substrates. Great advances in the study of their structures were later achieved by the application of scanning tunneling microscope (STM) to these molecular adsorbates physisorbed on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG). This two-dimensional (2D) crystal engineering will be introduced with graphene applications. In addition, single molecule junction could be formed using modified STM. The evidence of the formation of single molecule junctions was examined by measuring the conductance while increasing molecular length of stilbene derivatives and quantum dots and their electron transportation was studied.
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