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Large On-Off Ratios And Negative Differential Resistance In A Molecular Electronic Device.

Chen, Reed, Rawlett, Tour
Published 1999 · Medicine, Chemistry

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A molecule containing a nitroamine redox center (2'-amino-4-ethynylphenyl-4'-ethynylphenyl-5'-nitro-1-benzenethiol) was used in the active self-assembled monolayer in an electronic device. Current-voltage measurements of the device exhibited negative differential resistance and an on-off peak-to-valley ratio in excess of 1000:1.
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