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May 29th, 2003

New Results Force Scientists to Rethink Single-Molecule Wires

Abstract:
Single-molecule switches have the potential to shrink computing circuits dramatically, but new results from the ASU lab that first described how to wire a single molecule between gold contacts now show that laboratory-standard wired molecules have an unavoidable tendency to "blink" randomly.

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