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September 1st, 2003

Researchers Measure The Electrical Resistance Of Single Molecules

Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a relatively straightforward method for measuring the electrical resistance of single molecules. The advance, a technical achievement in terms of its precision and repeatability, promises to have a huge impact on the burgeoning field of molecular electronics.


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