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How to find us S. (Saurabh) Soni

Research interests

Molecular Electronics, Self-assembled Monolayers, Density Functional Theory

Publications

Correlating the Influence of Disulfides in Monolayers across Photoelectron Spectroscopy Wettability and Tunneling Charge- Transport

Tunneling Probability Increases with Distance in Junctions Comprising Self-assembled Monolayers of Oligothiophenes

Controlling destructive quantum interference in tunneling junctions comprising self-assembled monolayers via bond topology and functional groups

Intermolecular Effects on Tunneling through Acenes in Large-Area and Single-Molecule Junctions

Tunneling probability increases with distance in junctions comprising self-assembled monolayers of oligo-thiophenes

Correction: Systematic experimental study of quantum interference effects in anthraquinoid molecular wires (vol 1, pg 2018, 2019)

Eliminating Fatigue in Surface-Bound Spiropyrans

Systematic experimental study of quantum interference effects in anthraquinoid molecular wires

Two-Terminal Molecular Memory through Reversible Switching of Quantum Interference Features in Tunneling Junctions

Mechanically and Electrically Robust Self-Assembled Monolayers for Large-Area Tunneling Junctions

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Press/media

In Situ Switching of Quantum Interference in Molecular Tunneling Junctions

A Golden Glimpse of Thorny Thiol Tunneling

Spotlights on Recent JACS Publications