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11. Origin of Discrepancies in Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectra ofMolecular Junctions
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Authors: Lam H. Yu, Christopher D Zangmeister, James G. Kushmerick
Abstract: We report inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy (IETS) of multilayer molecular junctions with and without incorporated metal nano-particles. The incorporation of metal nanoparticles into our devices leads to enhanced IET intensity and a modified ...

12. Probing Charge Transport in Molecular Electronic Junctions With Transition Voltage Spectroscopy
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Authors: J M. Beebe, BongSoo Kim, C D Frisbie, James G. Kushmerick
Abstract: Though molecular devices exhibiting potentially useful electrical behavior have been demonstrated, a deep understanding of the factors that influence charge transport in molecular electronic junctions has not yet been fully realized. Recent work has ...

13. Probing Structural Contributions to Charge Transport Across Ni-Octanedithiol Multilayer Junctions
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Authors: Lam H. Yu, Christopher D Zangmeister, James G. Kushmerick
Abstract: We report the fabrication and characterization of multilayer thin films incorporating 1,8-octanedithiols and Ni atoms. Low-temperature charge transport measurements exhibit inelastic co-tunneling and resonant tunneling features that correspond energe ...

14. Single-Molecule Charge Transport Measurements Reveal Technique-Dependant Perturbations
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Authors: Dwight S Seferos, A S Blum, James G. Kushmerick, Guillermo Bazan
Abstract: We compare scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) imaging with single molecule conductive atomic force microscopy (C-AFM) measurements by probing a series of structurally-related thiol-terminated oligo(phenylenevinylene)s (OPVs) designed to have unique ...

15. Vibronic Coupling in Semi-Fluorinated Alkanethiol Junctions: Implications for Selection Rules in Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy
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Authors: J M. Beebe, H Justin Moore, T R Lee, James G. Kushmerick
Abstract: Determining the selection rules for the interaction of tunneling charge carriers with molecular vibrational modes is important for a complete understanding of charge transport in molecular electronic junctions. Here, we report the low-temperature ch ...

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