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Molecular Electronic Devices

J. Chen, M. A. Reed, S. Dirk, D. Price, A. Rawlett, J. Tour, D. S. Grubisha, D. Bennett
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The ability to utilize single molecules that function as self-contained electronic devices has motivated researchers around the world for years, concurrent with the continuous drive to minimize electronic circuit elements in semiconductor industry. The microelectronics industry is presently close to the limit of this minimization trend dictated by both laws of physics and the cost of production. It is possible that electronically functional molecular components can not only address the ultimate limits of possible miniaturization, but also provide promising new methodologies for novel architectures, as well as nonlinear devices, and memories.
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