By Takanori Suzuki, Hiroki Higuchi, Takashi Tsuji, Jun-ichi Nishida, Yoshiro Yamashita (auth.), Prof. Takayoshi Nakamura, Prof. Takuya Matsumoto, Prof. Hirokazu Tada, Prof. Ken-ichi Sugiura (eds.)
This ebook describes modern efforts to advance nano-molecular structures for destiny molecular electronics, during which unmarried molecules act as simple components in electric circuits. whereas describing frontier study, it additionally provides a entire advent and discusses the comparable paintings being pursued around the globe. The ebook consists of 3 elements. the 1st half describes the synthesis of novel molecules for molecular nano-systems. the second one half offers usually with nano-molecular structures on strong surfaces and the assessment of the procedure with SPM. The 3rd half stories the speculation required as a history for molecular electronics.
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