The Fermi level or electrochemical signature of a molecular film containing accessible orbital states is ultimately governed by two measurable series energetic components, an energy loss term related to the charging of appropriately addressable molecular orbitals (resonant or charge transfer resistance), and an energy storage or electrochemical capacitance component. The latter conservative term is further divisible into two series contributions, one being a classic electrostatic term and the...Expand abstract
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Measuring quantum capacitance in energetically addressable molecular layers.
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