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Molecular Scale Electronics

A. M. Rawlett, E. T. Mickelson, W. A. Reinerth, L. Jones, M. Kozaki, T. P. Burgin, J. M. Tour, J. Chen, C.-W. Zhou, C. J. Muller, M. R. Deshpande, M. A. Reed, L. A. Bumm, M. T. Cygan, T. D. Dunbar, P. S. Weiss, D. L. Allara

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ABSTRACTThis paper reports on some of the recent advances in the development and testing of molecular-scale electronic devices, devices that may ultimately be the basis of a molecular-based computer. These advances include: the synthesis of molecules which will perform specific electronic functions, self-assembled monolayer formation of rigid-rod conjugated oligomers, novel methodologies for the design and testing of molecular electronic devices, and the observance of negative differential resistance (NDR) through a molecule.