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Molecular wires (or sometimes called molecular nanowires) are molecular chains that conduct electric current. They are the proposed building blocks for molecular
electronic devices. Their typical diameters are less than three nanometers, while their lengths may be macroscopic, extending to centimeters or more.
Most types of molecular wires are derived from organic molecules. One naturally-occurring molecular wire is DNA, although its biological function is unclear. Prominent inorganic examples include polymeric materials such as Li2Mo6Se6 and Mo6S9-xIx, (), and single-molecule extended metal atom chains (EMACs) which comprise strings of transition metal atoms directly bonded to each other. Molecular wires containing paramagnetic inorganic moieties can exhibit Kondo peaks.
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