Molecules As Components of Electronic Devises
Edited by Marya Lieberman
American Chemical Society
Table of Contents
1. A Crash Course in Molecular Electronics, M. Lieberman
2. Using Probe Lithography and Self-Assembled Monolayers To Investigate Potential Molecular Electronics Systems, R. Lloyd Carroll, Ryaan Fuierer, and Christopher B. Gorman
3. Molecular Electronics with a Metal-Insulator-Metal Junction Based on Self-Assembled Monolayers, Michael L. Chabinyc et al.
4. Tuning the Electrical Properties of Monolayers by Using Internal Peptide Bonds, Scott M. Reed, Robert S. Clegg, and James E. Hutchison
5. Charge-Retention Characteristics of Self-Assembled Monolayers of Molecular-Wire-Linked Porphyrins on Gold, Kristian M. Roth et al.
6. Effect of Molecular Properties on Electron Transmission through Organic Monolayer Films, A. M.
Napper et al.
7. Charge Transfer Molecule-Metal Interfaces: Implication for Molecular Electronics, Gregory Dutton and X.-Y. Zhu
8. Layered Nanoparticle Architectures on Surfaces for Sensing and Electronic Functions, Itamar Willner, Andrew N. Shipway, and Bilha Willner
9. Laser-Induced Alloying in Metal Nanoparticles: Controlling Spectral Properties with Light, Gregory V. Hartland, Steve Guillaudeu, and Jose H. Hodak
10. A New Method for Manufacturing Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells on Plastic Substrates, Henrik Lindstöm et al. Robeson
11. Indium-Tin Oxide-Organic Interfaces, C. L. Donley et al.
12. Molecules as Components in Electronic Devices: Supramolecular Coordination Compounds as Components in Devices, Carlo A. Bignozzi and Gerald J. Meyer
13. Ligand Methylation and Coordination Geometry Effects on the Properties of Zinc and Lithium (8-Quinolinolato) Chelate Electroluminescent Materials, Linda S. Sapochak et al.
14. Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Well-Defined Amorphous Molecules for Use in Organic LEDs, Matthew R. Robinson et al.
15. Electronic Coupling of Donar-Acceptor Sites Mediated by Homologous Unsaturated Organic Bridges, Marshall D. Newton
16. Electronic Transport in Molecular Devices from First Principles, M. Di Ventra, N. D. Lang, and S. T. Pantelides
17. Computational Studies of Molecular Electronic Devices, Sonja B. Braun-Sand, Olaf Wiest, and Jaouad El-Bahraoui
18. Excitonic Solar Cells: The Physics and Chemistry of Organic-Based Photovoltaics, Brian A. Gregg