Single-Molecule Chemical-Field-Effect Transistor with Nanometer-Sized Gates

F. Jackel and group of scientists from Max-Planck-Institute and Humboldt University Berlin, Germany present a prototypical
single-molecule chemical-field-effect transistor, in which the current through a hybrid-molecular diode is modified by nanometer-sized charge transfer complexes covalently linked to a molecule in an STM junction.
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As far as I understood, the great breakthrough is that they used NANOMETER-SIZED GATE for that FET, which is never been done before.
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