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Nanoscale molecular-electronic devices comprising a single molecular monolayer of bistable rotaxanes sandwiched between two 40-nm metal electrodes were fabricated using imprint lithography. Bistable current–voltage characteristics with high on–off ratios and reversible switching properties were observed. Such devices may function as basic elements for future ultradense electronic circuitry. © 2003 American Institute of Physics.