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ECET 499N Lecture 3: Nanoelectronics I

By Helen McNally

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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Abstract

Outline:
  • Challenges and examples
  • Top down Processing
  • Bottoms Up Approach
  • A combination of Methods
  • Measurements

References

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  • Smit et al., Measurement of the conductance of a hydrogen molecule, Natu re, V 419, 31 October 2002.
  • Kubatkin et al., Single-electron transistor of a single molecule with ac cess to several redox states, Nature, V 425, 16 October 2003.
  • Andres et al., "Coulomb Staircase" at room temperature in a self-assembl ed molecular structure, Science, V 272, 31 May 1996.
  • Tucker, Johnathan, Nanoscale Device & Material Electrical Measurments, A pplication Note, September 2005.

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  • Helen McNally (2010), "ECET 499N Lecture 3: Nanoelectronics I," http://nanohub.org/resources/8473.

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Knoy Hall, B016, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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