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Information Processing at the Nanoscale

Infochemistry by Konrad Szacilowski
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Infochemistry, the science at the interface between chemistry and the information sciences, follows the potential use of molecular switches in advanced information processing and storage. Where traditional transistors are reaching their limits in miniaturization due to interconnectivity and material issues, molecular information processing could be the key to satisfying our ongoing need for increasing computational power.

This book describes the processes, systems and devices employed in infochemistry, and characterizes chemical systems according to their role as potential elements in information technology. It includes:

  • Theory of Information
  • Limitations of traditional devices
  • Low-Dimensional Metals and Semiconductors
  • Carbon and Carbon-Rich Nanostructures
  • Photocurrent switching and related phenomena
  • Supramolecular assembly
  • Molecular scale electronics, logic gates and computing systems
  • Bioinspired and biomimetic logic devices

Presenting a unique combination of chemistry and information technology, Infochemistry: Information Processing at the Nanoscale defines this new field of science, and its future possibilities for advanced information processing.

Wiley; April 2012
416 pages; ISBN 9781118316191
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Title: Infochemistry
Author: Konrad Szacilowski
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