Molecular cluster-materials for nanoelectronics

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Abstract

Complex tunnel nanostructures on the base of atomic and molecular clusters were studied by scanning tunneling microscopy. It was shown that clusters can form an ordered two-dimensional lattice in the monolayer. Electron transport through one- and two-barrier tunnel nanostructures was investigated at room temperature. The decreasing of the Coulomb blockade potential of the tunnel nanostructure with increasing of cluster nuclearity was observed.

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Gubin, S. P., Kislov, V. V., Kolesov, V. V., Soldatov, E. S., & Trifonov, A. S. (1999). Molecular cluster-materials for nanoelectronics. Nanostructured Materials, 12(5), 1131–1134. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0965-9773(99)00312-8

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