Breaking the simple proportionality between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates

A theoretical framework is presented to describe and to understand the observed relationship between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates across molecular bridges as a function of length, structure, and charge transfer mechanism

Ravindra Venkatramani

2014

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  • A theoretical framework is presented to describe and to understand the observed relationship between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates across molecular bridges as a function of length, structure, and charge transfer mechanism
  • Application of the framework is independent of the transport regime and includes bath-induced decoherence effects. This model shows that the relationship between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates follows a power-law
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