Molecular Electronics and Molecular Electronic Devices is a new book series that reflects the state of the art in the science and technology of molecular electronic devices. It provides a comprehensive review of current problems and the latest information regarding all aspects of molecular electronics and molecular electronic devices. Experimental and theoretical aspects of molecular electronics and molecular electronic devices are reviewed by distinguished researchers working in chemistry, physics, computer science, and various areas of biology.
Supramolecular Architecture Applied to the Design of Thin Conducting Films (J.P. Bourgoin, A. Barraud, and M. Vandevyver). Coupling of Living Cells to Solid State Microtransducers: Toward Cell Engineering at the Molecular Level (M. Grattarola and S. Martinoia). Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Wires Incorporated in Ultrathin Artificial Membranes (P. Seta and E. Bienvenue). Control of Solid State Supermolecular Architecture in Organized Media (A. Ruaudel-Teixier). The Formation of Charge States in Organic Molecules, Oligomers, and Polymers for Applications in Molecular Electronic and Photonic Devices (C.W. Spangler, P.-K. Liu, and K.O. Havelka). Uniform Langmuir-Blodgett Film Formation for Molecular Electronic Devices: Transfer Mechanism, Characterization Methods, Transfer Methods, Molecular Design, and Organic Superlattic Formation (M. Azuma, K. Mizushima, A. Miura, N. Gemma, S. Egusa, T. Nakayama, and K. Naito). Biomolecular Materials and Design (L Powers). Enzyme-Based Logic Gates Controlled by Outside Signals: Principles and Design (S. Tuchman, S. Sideman, S. Kenig, and N. Lotan). Toward Intelligent Materials (T. Ueda and T. Yamaguchi).