Road Toward Molecular Electronics Applications
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Organic molecules may revolutionize our world by offering alternative molecule-based electronic devices to supplant the traditional electronics, computing systems, and energy harvesting devices. To realize these unprecedented molecular-based devices, one need understand the mechanisms of electrical conduction in organic molecules. The author used conductance atomic force microscopy as the main tool, and studied surfaces of organic thin films, semiconductors, and graphite. Correlation between structural, mechanical (hardness, friction, and adhesion), and charge transport properties of these surfaces is the central theme of the book. This book focuses on one of the key questions in molecular electronics: how do intermolecular interactions influence the charge transport mechanism in molecular monolayers? , which provides a guideline to tailor molecules for applications such as organic thin film transistors, organic light emitting diodes, and organic photovoltaic cells. Therefore the book is an ideal guide for researchers in the interdisciplinary field of molecular electronics. Readers who are interested in nanotechnology and scanning probe microscopy may also find the book useful.
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