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Molecular-Based Electronically Switchable Tunnel Junction Devices

Collier, C. Patrick and Jeppesen, Jan O. and Luo, Yi and Perkins, Julie and Wong, Eric W. and Heath, James R. and Stoddart, J. Fraser (2001) Molecular-Based Electronically Switchable Tunnel Junction Devices. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 123 (50). pp. 12632-12641. ISSN 0002-7863. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20180302-082756149

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Abstract

Solid-state tunnel junction devices were fabricated from Langmuir Blodgett molecular monolayers of a bistable [2]catenane, a bistable [2]pseudorotaxane, and a single-station [2]rotaxane. All devices exhibited a (noncapacitive) hysteretic current−voltage response that switched the device between high- and low-conductivity states, although control devices exhibited no such response. Correlations between the structure and solution-phase dynamics of the molecular and supramolecular systems, the crystallographic domain structure of the monolayer film, and the room-temperature device performance characteristics are reported.


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Heath, James R.0000-0001-5356-4385
Stoddart, J. Fraser0000-0003-3161-3697
Additional Information:© 2001 American Chemical Society. ACS Editors' Choice - Sponsored Access by American Chemical Society. Received 12 June 2001. Published online 22 November 2001. Published in print 19 December 2001. This work was funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Semiconductor Research Corporation, and the Office of Naval Research. C.P.C. is an employee of the Hewlett-Packard Corporation, and the NMR spectrometer used in this work was supported by the National Science Foundation. We thank the University of Odense for a Ph.D. Scholarship to J.O.J.
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Official Citation:Molecular-Based Electronically Switchable Tunnel Junction Devices C. Patrick Collier, Jan O. Jeppesen, Yi Luo, Julie Perkins, Eric W. Wong, James R. Heath, and J. Fraser Stoddart Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001 123 (50), 12632-12641 DOI: 10.1021/ja0114456
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