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Device For Conductance Measurements Of Molecular Systems

M. Lambacher, C. Dupraz, U. Beierlein, J. Kotthaus, U. Schubert, P. Andrés
Published 2004 · Materials Science

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A device for conductance measurements of small molecular systems was fabricated. The device consists of two overlapping electrodes, separated by a thin layer of aluminium oxide. The oxide was partly etch away giving rise to a slit in which molecules can be inserted. Measurements were carried out on terpyridine based molecular chains.
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