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Metal Dependence of Signal Transmission through MolecularQuantum-Dot Cellular Automata QCA: A Theoretical Studyon Fe, Ru, and Os Mixed-Valence Complexes


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General Education Department, Faculty of Engineering, Kogakuin University, Nakano-machi 2665-1, Hachioji, Tokyo 192-0015, Japan





Abstract Dynamic behavior of signal transmission through metal complexes L5M-BL-ML55+ M=Fe, Ru, Os, BL=pyrazine py, 4,4’-bipyridine bpy, L=NH3, which are simplified models of the molecular quantum-dot cellular automata molecular QCA, is discussed from the viewpoint of one-electron theory, density functional theory. It is found that for py complexes, the signal transmission time tst is Fe0.6 fs < Os0.7 fs < Ru1.1 fs and the signal amplitude A is Fe0.05 e < Os0.06 e < Ru0.10 e. For bpy complexes, tst and A are Fe1.4 fs < Os1.7 fs < Ru2.5 fs and Os0.11 e < Ru0.12 e
Keywords: quantum dot; automaton; QCA; mixed-valence complexes; Creutz-Taube complexes; quantum dynamics; Fe; Ru; Os; density functional theory quantum dot; automaton; QCA; mixed-valence complexes; Creutz-Taube complexes; quantum dynamics; Fe; Ru; Os; density functional theory





Autor: Ken Tokunaga

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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