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Ultrathin Films for Sensorics and Molecular Electronics

  • Ludwig Brehmer
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Part of the Macromolecular Systems — Materials Approach book series (MACROSYSTEMS)

Abstract

The workshop “Molecular Electronics” held in Washington in 1981 [1] is considered to be the public birthday of molecular electronics. Obviously there were strong and highly sophisticated studies long before this event, for instance the proposal for a molecular rectifier given by Aviram and Ratner in 1974 [2], but the proceedings of the workshop [3] was the first fundamental monograph in this field. With the publication of this monograph a worldwide initiative was launched which focused a huge scientific potential on the aim of the development of electronics at a molecular level.

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Light Emit Diode Thin Solid Film Ultrathin Film Molecular Electronics Arachidic Acid 
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