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The computational work of Sokrates Pantelides and
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The computational work of Sokrates Pantelides and Massimiliano Di Ventra of Vanderbilt

May 7, 2010
The computational work of Sokrates Pantelides and Massimiliano Di Ventra of Vanderbilt University involves solving quantum physics equations to examine a form of benzene as a two-terminal nano device. This image, provided by Mark Reed of Yale University, shows benzene's six carbon atoms (colored spheres), sulfur atoms (gold spheres) and electrical contacts (rough gold surfaces).


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