CHIMIA 6/2010, Vol. 64

Molecular Electronics 2010 06

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The cover picture (by Prof. Marcel Mayor) sketches the visionary concept of integration molecules and carbon nanotubes as minute functional units in future electronic circuits. 

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Editorial 348 Icon FreeContent
  350 Icon OpenAccessContent Icon ExternalLinkMolecular Electronics: Insight from F irst-Principles Transport Simulations
M. Paulsson, T. Frederiksen, M. Brandbyge*
  356 Icon OpenAccessContent Icon ExternalLinkPhotochromic Molecules as Building Blocks for Molecular Electronics
P. Belser
  362 Icon OpenAccessContent Icon ExternalLinkTest-beds for Molecular Electronics: M etal–Molecules–Metal Junctions Based on Hg Electrodes
F. C. Simeone, M. A. Rampi*
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Icon ExternalLinkCharge Transport with Single Molecules – An Electrochemical Approach
C. Li, A. Mishchenko, I. Pobelov, T. Wandlowski* 

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Icon ExternalLinkRecent Advances in Molecular Electronics Based on Carbon Nanotubes
J.-P. Bourgoin*, S. Campidelli, P. Chenevier, V. Derycke, A. Filoramo, M. F. Goffman 

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