Current-Driven Phenomena in Nanoelectronics by Tamar Seideman

By Tamar Seideman

Including ten chapters written through many of the world’s leaders within the box, this publication combines experimental, theoretical and numerical stories of current-driven phenomena within the nanoscale. the themes coated variety from single-molecule, site-specific nanochemistry triggered via a scanning tunneling microscope, via inelastic tunneling spectroscopy and current-induced heating, to current-triggered molecular machines. many of the chapters specialize in experimental and numerical process improvement, the outline of particular structures, and new rules and novel phenomena.

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The STM tip was precisely positioned over the center of the molecule on the right. A voltage pulse of duration 100 ms to 10 s was then applied. 3 V pulse and indicates the moment of dissociation. A rescan of the same area in Fig. 4 Left: (a) STM image of two adjacent O2 molecules on fcc sites. 3 V pulse over the molecule on the right showing the moment of dissociation. (c) After pulse image with a grid fit to the platinum lattice showing one oxygen atom on an fcc and one on an hcp site along with the unperturbed neighboring molecule on an fcc site.

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