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Fabrication and characterization of an indium tin oxide-octadecanethiol-aluminum junction for molecular electronics
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26.Thermo Nicolet 470 FT-IR spectrometer equipped with a Smart Saga accessory containing a mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) detector cooled with liquid and the chamber purged with . The spectra were recorded at a resolution of in the spectral range of . All the spectra are derived from the result of an average of 1024 scans and were recorded at room temperature with base line correction.
29.The calculation for the ODT resulted in a HOMO-LUMO gap of for the optimized geometry.
30.In the case of Au, it has been shown that the symmetry of sulfur atoms is hexagonal with an S–S spacing of and a calculated area of (Ref. 1).
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