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Smits, E.C.P. (author), Mathijssen, S.G.J. (author), van Hal, P.A. (author), Setayesh, S. (author), Geuns, T.C.T. (author), Mutsaers, K.A.H.A. (author), Cantatore, E. (author), Wondergem, H.J. (author), Werzer, O. (author), Resel, R. (author), Kemerink, M. (author), Kirchmeyer, S. (author), Muzafarov, A.M. (author), Ponomarenko, S.A. (author), de Boer, B. (author), Blom, P.W.M. (author), de Leeuw, D.M. (author), TNO Industrie en techniek (author)
Self-assembly—the autonomous organization of components into patterns and structures1—is a promising technology for the mass production of organic electronics. Making integrated circuits using a bottom-up approach involving self-assembling molecules was proposed2 in the 1970s. The basic building block of such an integrated circuit is the self...
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van Hal, P.A. (author), Smits, E.C.P. (author), Geuns, T.C.T. (author), Akkerman, H.B. (author), de Brito, B.C. (author), Perissinotto, S. (author), Lanzani, G. (author), Kronemeijer, A.J. (author), Geskin, V. (author), Cornil, J. (author), Blom, P.W.M. (author), de Boer, B. (author), de Leeuw, D.M. (author), TNO Industrie en techniek (author)
The ultimate target of molecular electronics is to combine different types of functional molecules into integrated circuits, preferably through an autonomous self-assembly process. Charge transport through self-assembled monolayers has been investigated previously, but problems remain with reliability, stability and yield, preventing further...
article 2008