Click Chemistry, Molecular Transport Junctions, and Colorimetric Detection of Copper
Click chemistry is used to construct molecular transport junctions (MTJs) through assembly of a molecular wire across a nanogap formed between two electrodes. Also disclosed are methods of using click chemistry and oligonucleotide-modified nanoparticles to detect the presence of copper in a sample.
MIRKIN CHAD A [US]; CHEN XIAODONG [SG]; BRAUNSCHWEIG ADAM B [US]; WIESTER MICHAEL J [US]; XU XIAOYANG [US]; DANIEL WESTON L [US]
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