By Slava V. Rotkin, Shekhar Subramoney
The booklet describes the state of the art in primary, utilized and machine physics of nanotubes, together with fabrication, manipulation and characterization for equipment functions; optics of nanotubes; shipping and electromechanical units and basics of thought for functions. this knowledge is important to the sector of nanoscience considering the fact that nanotubes have the capability to turn into a truly major digital fabric for many years to return. The e-book will gain all all readers attracted to the applying of nanotubes, both of their theoretical foundations or in newly constructed characterization instruments which can permit sensible equipment fabrication.
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An interesting result is that the nanotube may be divided into three parts: two contact regions and a “central” region. The side parts are the regions near the side contact (or near the NT end if no external contact screens the electrostatic potential) of a length about several h long (several R long if no contact is present), where h is the distance to the screening gate. The aspect ratio of the state–of–the–art NEMS and electronic devices is very large, which means that the length of the nanotube, L, is much longer than h.
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In the case where the electrochemical potential equals zero (no charge in the nanotube), the transverse polarization includes transitions from the valence to the conduction band only, v|V |c (the details of the calculation are presented elsewhere ). Here we study an extra component of the polarization which is due to the induced charge density. Thus, we need to consider only transitions from the levels above the charge neutrality level, E = 0, and below the Fermi level, E = EF (the shaded area in Fig.
Applied Physics of Carbon Nanotubes: Fundamentals of Theory, Optics and Transport Devices by Slava V. Rotkin, Shekhar Subramoney