Molecular Architectonics: The Third Stage Of Single Molecule Electronics

byTakuji Ogawa

Paperback | August 2, 2018

Molecular Architectonics: The Third Stage Of Single Molecule Electronics by Takuji Ogawa
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This book draws on the main themes covered during the International Workshop on Molecular Architectonics which took place in Shiretoko, Japan from August 3 to 6, 2015. The concepts and results explored in this book relate to the term "molecular architectonics" which stands for electronic, optical and information-processing functions being orchestrated by molecular assemblies. This area is defined as the third stage of single-molecule electronics and builds on stage one, where measurements were performed on single-molecule layered films, and stage two, the resulting quantitative analyses. In this work, experts come together to write about the most important aspects of molecular architectonics. This interdisciplinary, visionary and unique book is of interest to scientists working on electronic materials, surface science and information processing sciences using noise and fluctuation.

Takuji Ogawa is Professor at Osaka University, Japan. His research is focused on the syntheses and measurements of single molecular electronic components, self-ordering of nanostructures on solid surfaces as well as on the development of new measurement techniques to estimate single-molecule conductivity.
Title:Molecular Architectonics: The Third Stage Of Single Molecule ElectronicsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:539 pages, 9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inShipping dimensions:539 pages, 9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inPublished:August 2, 2018Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Systems for molecular architectonics
1.1. Single molecule boolean logic gates
1.2. Information, noice and energy dissipation: Laws, limits and applications
1.3. Modeling information processing using non-identical Coulomb-blockade nanostructures
1.4. Detection and control of charge state in single molecules toward informatics in molecular networks
1.5. DNA molecular electronics
1.6. Coulomb-blocade in low-dimensional organic conductors
1.7. Emerging computations on nano-electronic circuits and devices
1.8. Addressing single molecular spin with graphene based nano-architectures
2. Surface science for molecular architectonics
2.1. Mechanical and magnetic single-molecule excitations by radio-frequency scanning tunneling microscopy
2.2. Assembly and manipulation of adsorbed radical molecules for spin control
3. Measurements for molecular architectonics
3.1. Perspectives of molecular manipulation and fabrication
3.2. Interelectrode stretched photoelectro-functional DNA nanowire
3.3. Transport mechanisms in oligothiophene molecular junctions studied by electrical conductance thermopower measurements
3.4. Electron transport through a single molecule in scanning tunneling microscopy junction
3.5. spin polarization of single organic molecule using spin-polarized STM
3.6. Modification of electrode iterfaces with nanosized materials for electronic applictions
4. Design and synthesis of molecules for molecular architectonics
4.1. Design and synthesis of molecules for nonlinear and nonsymmetric single-molecule electric properties
4.2. Synthesis of rigid Ï-organic molecular architectures and their applications in single-molecule measurements
4.3. Surface synthesis of molecular wire architectures
4.4. Synthesis of conjugated polyrotaxanes and its application to molecular wires
4.5. Synthesis and properties of novel organic componets towards molecular architectonics