molecular electronics



  • The use of molecule-based structures, phenomena, organization, or properties to make electronic components and devices. For example, the use of nanotubes to serve as conducting paths between circuit components, or organic molecules to make electronic components, devices, or chips.
  • The technology that deals with the design, construction, and applications of electronic circuits and devices whose building blocks are at a molecular level. Such blocks may be designed to self-assemble into circuits and devices, in a manner analogous to the way molecules in cells naturally form structural units.
  • acronymME
  • synonymmolectronics
  • synonymmoletronics