Nano Self-assembly and Electrical Function

10.02.2020 von 16:00 bis 17:00


Self-assembled structures are of large importance in chemistry and biology. Their construction principles may become significant for the future bottom-up construction of three-dimensional electronic architectures. I will review our recent investigations on the electronic charge transport in various nanoscale self-assembled structures, ranging from molecular mono- and bilayers on solid surfaces to regular arrays of metallic nanocubes, formed by directed self-assembly.

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