Covanlently bonded single-molecule junctions with stable and reversible photoswitched conductivity

Molecular-Scale Electronics: From Concept to Function

Carbon Electrode−Molecule Junctions: A Reliable Platform for Molecular Electronics

Synergistic Photomodulation of Capacitive Coupling and Charge Separation Toward Functional Organic Field-Effect Transistors with High Responsivity

Revealing the direct effect of individual intercalations on DNA conductance toward single-moleucle electrical biodetection

Solution-Processable, Low-Voltage and High-Performance Monolayer Field-Effect Transistors with Aqueous Stability and High Sensitivity

Point Decoration of Silicon Nanowires: An Approach Toward Single-Molecule Electrical Detection

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Single-Molecule Electrical Biosensors Based on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

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Unique Role of Self-Assembled Monolayers in Carbon Nanomaterials-Based Field-Effect Transistors

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Molecule–electrode interfaces in molecular electronic devices

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Solution-Crystallized Organic Semiconductors with High Carrier Mobility and Air Stability

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Direct Conductance Measurement of Individual Metallo-DNA Duplexes within Single-Molecule Break Junctions

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Single-Molecule Detection of Proteins Using Aptamer-Functionalized Molecular Electronic Devices

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Integrating Reaction Chemistry into Molecular Electronic Devices

Single-Molecule Devices as Scaffolding for Multicomponent Nanostructure Assembly