By Ioan Baldea
Molecular electronics, an rising examine box on the border of physics, chemistry, and fabric sciences, has attracted nice curiosity within the final decade. to accomplish the final word aim of designing molecular digital units with the specified performance and experimental manipulation on the single-molecule point, theoretical knowing of electron delivery on the nanoscale is a vital prerequisite. This booklet, a multi-authored quantity comprising stories written by way of prime scientists, discusses contemporary advances within the box. It emphasizes the necessity for reviews past the low-bias regime, a truth on which the clinical group grew to become conscious within the final years. To make the ebook helpful for scientists of assorted disciplines attracted to "learning by means of doing," every one bankruptcy is written in a science/tutorial hybrid kind, with its personal creation proposing primary techniques and frameworks. The content material displays the powerful transdisciplinary efforts wanted for vast progress.
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Molecular electronics : an experimental and theoretical approach by Ioan Baldea