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ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF TRANSITION METAL (Cu, Fe) PHTHALOCYANINES CONNECTING TO V-SHAPED ZIGZAG GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS

L. Cui, B. Yang, Xin-mei Li, J. He, M. Long
Published 2014 · Materials Science

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Using nonequlilibrium Green’s functions in combination with the density-functional theory, we investigate the spin transport properties of molecular junction based on metal (Cu,Fe) phthalocyanines between V-shaped zigzag-edged graphene nanorribons. The results show that the electronic transport properties mainly depend on the center transition metal. The negative differential resistance behaviors and spin splitting phenomenon can be observed.
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