We have studied the influence of both exciton effects and Coulomb repulsion on current in molecular nanojunctions. We show that dipolar energy-transfer interactions between the sites in the wire can at high voltage compensate Coulomb blocking for particular relationships between their values. Tuning this relationship may be achieved by using the effect of plasmonic nanostructure on dipolar energy-transfer interactions.
- Coulomb blocking
- Molecular conduction nanojunctions
- energy transfer
- exciton effects
- plasmonic effects