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ArticleAgapito, Luis A.We demonstrate that biological molecules such as Watson–Crick DNA base pairs can behave as biological Aviram–Ratner electrical rectifiers because of the spatial separation and weak hydrogen bonding between the nucleobases. We have performed a parallel . . .
ThesisCarroll, IanGraphene is an exciting new material with potential applications in myriad fields, and is a possible replacement for silicon in future integrated circuits. In order to realize these applications, effective patterning methods that can achieve nanoscale . . .