A systems perspective to digital structures in molecular analysis
Within the last decade, the advance of miniaturization has opened the window to new systems that permit digital and molecular science to intersect, suggesting a new role for organic chemistry. Currently, fusion of molecules and electronic digits, as well as molecular-based digital structures, have expanded the conventional interpretation of the digit. This emergence has already generated new technological platforms with unique applications for molecular analysis and computation. We provide a brief overview of the conventional understanding of digital devices, examine the concept of molecular-based digits, and suggest new architectures by examining studies conducted on the compact discs. This analysis presents a perspective for the unique interaction of molecules and digits and the development of digital-based platforms for molecular analysis.