publication . Article . 2015

Light‐Induced Switching of Tunable Single‐Molecule Junctions

Sendler Torsten; Luka-Guth Katharina; Wieser Matthias; Lokamani; Wolf Jannic; Helm Manfred; Gemming Sibylle; Kerbusch Jochen; Scheer Elke; Huhn Thomas; ...
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015 Journal: Advanced Science, volume 2, page 1,500,017 (issn: 2198-3844, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: Germany
A major goal of molecular electronics is the development and implementation of devices such as single-molecular switches. Here, measurements are presented that show the controlled in situ switching of diarylethene molecules from their nonconductive to conductive state in contact to gold nanoelectrodes via controlled light irradiation. Both the conductance and the quantum yield for switching of these molecules are within a range making the molecules suitable for actual devices. The conductance of the molecular junctions in the opened and closed states is characterized and the molecular level E <sub>0</sub>, which dominates the current transport in the closed stat...
free text keywords: Photochromism, Diarylethene, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Molecule, Conductance, Nanotechnology, Molecular switch, Materials science, Isomerization, Quantum yield, Molecular electronics, ddc:530, Full Paper, Full Papers, diarylethenes, in situ switching, single‐molecule junctions
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