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Emilie Moulin, Juan-José Cid and Nicolas Giuseppone Advances in Supramolecular Electronics – From Randomly Self-assembled Nanostructures to Addressable Self-Organized Interconnects Advanced Materials 25

Version of Record online: 12 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201201949

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Recent advances in supramolecular electronics show that self-assembled nanowires made of π-stacked molecules can achieve electrical properties competing with those encountered in the other categories of conducting materials, including carbon nanotubes. In addition, by externally controlling the supramolecular polymerization processes with light and electric field, it becomes possible to accurately position these electroactive wires at nanoscale. The graphical abstract represents triarylamine-based supramolecular interconnects of 80 nm length specifically linking two gold electrodes in a pre-determined position.

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