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Nanogap Electrodes

Li, Tao (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage August 2021
XII, 260 Seiten, Hardcover
11 Abbildungen (7 Farbabbildungen)
Monographie

ISBN: 978-3-527-33271-7
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Unique in combining various synthesis strategies with applications for nanogap electrodes, this book introduces the topic before devoting whole sections to synthesis, characterization, and applications, finishing with interesting phenomena observed using molecular-based devices.

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Unique in its scope, this book comprehensively combines various synthesis strategies with applications for nanogap electrodes. Clearly divided into four parts, the monograph begins with an introduction to molecular electronics and electron transport in molecular junctions, before moving on to a whole section devoted to synthesis and characterization. The third part looks at applications with single molecules or self-assembled monolayers, and the whole is rounded off with a section on interesting phenomena observed using molecular-based devices.

1 NANOGAP ELECTRODES AND MOLECULAR ELECTRONIC DEVICE
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Overview of Molecular Electronic
1.3 Introduction to Nanogap Electrodes
1.4 Summary and Outlook
References
2 ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN SINGLE MOLECULAR DEVICE
2.1 Introduction
2.2 General Method
2.3 Single Electron Transport Through Single Molecular Junction
2.4 Effect of Many-Body Interactions
2.5 Thermoelectric Transport
2.6 First-Principles Simulations of Transport in Molecular Devices
2.7 Conclusions
References
3 FABRICATING METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR NANOGAP ELECTRODE
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Mechanical Controllable Break Junction
3.3 Electrochemical and Chemical Deposition Method
3.4 Oblique Angle Shadow Evaporation
3.5 Electromigration and Electrical Breakdown Method
3.6 Molecular Scale Template
3.7 Focused Ion Beam
3.8 Scanning Probe Lithography and Conducting Probe-Atomic Force Microscopy
3.9 Nanogap Electrodes Prepared with Non-Metallic Materials
3.10 Summary and Outlook
References
4. CHARACTERIZATION METHODS AND ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR NANOGAP JUNCTION
4.1 Current-Voltage Analysis
4.2 Inelastic Tunneling Spectroscopy (IETS)
4.3 Optical and Optoelectronic Spectroscopy
4.4 Concluding Remarks
Appendix
References
5. SINGLE-MOLECULE ELECTRONIC DEVICE
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Wiring Molecules Into "Gaps": Anchoring Groups and Assembly Method
5.3 Electrical Rectifier
5.4 Conductance Switches
5.5 Gating the Transport: Transistor-Like Single-Molecule Devices
5.6 Challenges and Outlooks
References
6 MOLECULAR ELECTRONIC JUNCTIONS BASED ON SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYER
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Molecular Monolayers for Molecular Electronics Device
6.3 Top Electrodes
6.4 Experimental Progress with Ensemble Molecular Junctions
6.5 Outlook
References
7 TOWARDS DEVICES AND APPLICATION
7.1 Major Issues: Reliability and Robustness
7.2 Potential Integration Solutions
7.3 Beyond Simple Charge Transport
7.4 Electrochemistry with Nanogap Electrodes
References
Tao Li is Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests are molecular electronics, molecular-scale devices, sythesis and application of organic functional materials and molecular solar thermal batteries.

T. Li, University of Copenhagen, Denmark