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Conformation-driven quantum interference effects mediated by through-space conjugation in self-assembled monolayers

Mixed Monolayers of Spiropyrans Maximize Tunneling Conductance Switching by Photoisomerization at the Molecule-Electrode Interface in EGaIn Junctions

Optical modulation of nano-gap tunnelling junctions comprising self-assembled monolayers of hemicyanine dyes

Bisecting Microfluidic Channels with Metallic Nanowires Fabricated by Nanoskiving

Bottom-Up Molecular Tunneling Junctions Formed by Self-Assembly

Evidence for quantum interference in sams of arylethynylene thiolates in tunneling junctions with eutectic Ga-In (EGaIn) top-contacts: The influence of π-conjugation on the single-molecule conductance at a solid/liquid interface

Eutectic Gallium–Indium (EGaIn): A Moldable Liquid Metal for Electrical Characterization of Self-Assembled Monolayers

Charge transport through molecular ensembles: Recent progress in molecular electronics featured

Controlling n-Type Molecular Doping via Regiochemistry and Polarity of Pendant Groups on Low Band Gap Donor-Acceptor Copolymers

Fullerenes Enhance Self-Assembly and Electron Injection of Photosystem i in Biophotovoltaic Devices

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