Mahapatro, Ajit K. and Ying, Jiewen and Ren, Tong and Janes, David B. (2008) Electronic transport through ruthenium-based redox-active molecules in metal-molecule-metal nanogap junctions. NANO LETTERS, 8 (8). pp. 2131-2136.
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Electronic transport through ruthenium-based redox-active organometallic molecules is measured by self-assembling diruthenium(III) tetra(2-anilinopyridinate)-di(4-thiolphenylethynyl) (trans-Ru2(ap)4(C′CC6H4S−)2 (A) and trans- Ru2(ap)4((C′CC6H4)2S−)2 (B) molecules in nanogap molecular junctions. Voltage sweeps at a high scan rate show low bias current peaks (at ±0.35 ± 0.05 V for A and ±0.27 ± 0.05 V for B), which change to plateaus in slow bias scans and a second conductance peak at approximatley ±1.05 ± 0.15 V. The peaks/plateaus are not observed in the return bias sweeps, possibly due to charge storage in the molecules. The energy states for the molecular orbitals of these molecules as estimated from the conductance peaks are in close agreement with the respective energy values from voltammetric measurements in solution.
|Subjects:||Physical Science > Nanoelectronics|
Material Science > Nanochemistry
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