Cooperative effects in inelastic tunneling

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GALPERIN, Michael, Abraham NITZAN, 2013. Cooperative effects in inelastic tunneling. In: The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 117(16), pp. 4449-4453. ISSN 1520-6106. eISSN 1520-5207. Available under: doi: 10.1021/jp308222q

@article{Galperin2013-04-25Coope-26565, title={Cooperative effects in inelastic tunneling}, year={2013}, doi={10.1021/jp308222q}, number={16}, volume={117}, issn={1520-6106}, journal={The Journal of Physical Chemistry B}, pages={4449--4453}, author={Galperin, Michael and Nitzan, Abraham} }

Cooperative effects in inelastic tunneling 2013-04-25 Galperin, Michael 2014-02-27T12:41:18Z Nitzan, Abraham The journal of physical chemistry / B ; 117 (2013), 16. - S. 4449-4453 Nitzan, Abraham Galperin, Michael terms-of-use 2014-02-27T12:41:18Z Several aspects of intermolecular effects in molecular conduction have been studied in recent years. These experimental and theoretical studies, made on several setups of molecular conduction junctions, have focused on the current–voltage characteristic that is usually dominated by the elastic transmission properties of such junctions. In this paper, we address cooperative intermolecular effects in the inelastic tunneling signal calculated for simple generic models of such systems. We find that peak heights in the inelastic (d<sup>2</sup>I/dE<sup>2</sup> vs E) spectrum may be affected by such cooperative effects even when direct intermolecular interactions can be disregarded. This finding suggests that comparing experimental results to calculations made on single-molecule junctions should be done with care. eng

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