Metallic nanoscale conductors Public Deposited

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  • A new, reproducible method of using electromigration to form metallic nano-conductors is developed using gold and a tin-silver alloy. Measurements revealed a quantization of the electrical conductance consistent with the theory of quantum conductance. The theory of quantum conductance is applied to show that a nano-conductor with a cross-section of only 12 or 13 atoms was created.
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