Single molecular breadboard circuit
What is it about?
In this joint experimental and theoretical study, we advance the possibility of creating single molecule breadboard circuits through an analysis of the conductance of a bis-terpyridine based molecule (TP1).
Why is it important?
Controlling charge flow in single molecule circuits with multiple electrical contacts and conductance pathways is a much sought after goal in molecular electronics. This study demonstrates the following important effects on single molecule conductance (i) Multiple conductance pathways (ii) multiple anchoring group possibilities (iii) Quantum interference effects.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Veerabhadrarao Kaliginedi
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