New single molecule transistor controlled by one atom's charge

Appearing in Nature today is a report from Canada of a new single molecule transistor, wriiten up in the San Francisco Chronicle by Glen Martin: “Wolkow said his team demonstrated that a molecule could be controllably charged by a single atom while all adjacent atoms remained neutral.” There’s a quote by me, and as is often the case, I had to comment without seeing the actual paper, so let me know if I have it wrong. Also: to see a bit more technical info in the Chronicle story, click on the graphic.

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