Molecular Wire

 

A quasi-one-dimensional molecule that can transport charge carriers (electrons or holes) between its ends.

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Certain single molecules are able to conduct electricity and hence representing the basic function of a wire. They can be used to build up nanometer-sized electrical circuits (molecular electronics).

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A molecular wire - the simplest electronic component - is a quasi-one-dimensional molecule that can transport charge carriers (electrons or holes) between its ends. [Michael D Ward]

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A quasi-one-dimensional molecule that can transport charge carriers (electrons or holes) between its ends.

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A molecular wire - the simplest electronic component - is a quasi-one-dimensional molecule that can transport charge carriers (electrons or holes) between its ends. [Michael D Ward]

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