High-Yield Fabrication of Molecular Vertical Junctions
High-yield fabrication and characterization of a ferrocene-based molecular device is reported. This device, fabricated with the use of modified nanocavity architecture shows very high yield, thus providing a template for exploring the transport properties of molecular junctions. The ferrocene-based devices show multiple negative differential peaks with high reproducibility and temperature stability. We use the multiple arrays to investigate the top-contact effect on the NDR signal at different locations in the wafer.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2010
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