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One-dimensional nanostructures / Zhiming M. Wang, editor.

Contributor(s): Wang, Zhiming M [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture notes in nanoscale science and technology 3.Copyright date: New York : Springer , 2008Edition: First Edition.Description: xi, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780387741314; 0387741313; 0387741321; 9780387741321.Subject(s): Nanostructured materials | Nanotechnology | Quantum optics | Particles (Nuclear physics) | Materiales nanoestructurados | Nanotecnología | Óptica cuántica | Partículas (Física nuclear)DDC classification: 620.115
Partial contents:
Study of Nanowire Growth Mechanisms: VLS and Si Assisted -- One-Dimensional SiC Nanostructures: Synthesis and Properties -- Self-Organized Nanowire Formation of Si-Based Materials -- Controlled Formation of Individually Addressable Si Nanowire Arrays for Device Integration -- Physical Properties of GaN Nanotubes as Revealed by Computer Simulation -- Optical Anisotropy of Semiconductor Nanowires -- FDTD Spectroscopic Study of Metallic Nanostructures: On the Pertinent Employment of Tabulated Permittivities -- Electromagnetic Nanowire Resonances for Field-Enhanced Spectroscopy -- Designing the Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor Through Contact Barrier Engineering -- Low Dimensional Nanomaterials for Spintronics -- One-Dimensional Phase-Change Nanomaterials for Information Storage Applications -- Ordering of Self-Assembled Quantum Wires on InP(001) Surfaces.
Abstract: One-dimensional (1D) nanostructures, including nanowires, nanotubes and quantum wires, have been regarded as the most promising building blocks for nanoscale electronic and optoelectronic devices. Worldwide efforts in both the theory and the experimental investigation of growth, characterization and applications of 1D nanostructures have resulted in a mature, multidisciplinary field. In this book, a wealth of state-of-the-art information offers the opportunity to uncover the underlying science from diverse perspectives. Leading researchers elucidate the synthesis and properties of 1D nanostructures for various morphologies and compositions (semiconductor, metal, carbon, etc.) as well as their considerable impact on spintronics, information storage, and the design of field-effect transistors.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Study of Nanowire Growth Mechanisms: VLS and Si Assisted -- One-Dimensional SiC Nanostructures: Synthesis and Properties -- Self-Organized Nanowire Formation of Si-Based Materials -- Controlled Formation of Individually Addressable Si Nanowire Arrays for Device Integration -- Physical Properties of GaN Nanotubes as Revealed by Computer Simulation -- Optical Anisotropy of Semiconductor Nanowires -- FDTD Spectroscopic Study of Metallic Nanostructures: On the Pertinent Employment of Tabulated Permittivities -- Electromagnetic Nanowire Resonances for Field-Enhanced Spectroscopy -- Designing the Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor Through Contact Barrier Engineering -- Low Dimensional Nanomaterials for Spintronics -- One-Dimensional Phase-Change Nanomaterials for Information Storage Applications -- Ordering of Self-Assembled Quantum Wires on InP(001) Surfaces.

One-dimensional (1D) nanostructures, including nanowires, nanotubes and quantum wires, have been regarded as the most promising building blocks for nanoscale electronic and optoelectronic devices. Worldwide efforts in both the theory and the experimental investigation of growth, characterization and applications of 1D nanostructures have resulted in a mature, multidisciplinary field. In this book, a wealth of state-of-the-art information offers the opportunity to uncover the underlying science from diverse perspectives. Leading researchers elucidate the synthesis and properties of 1D nanostructures for various morphologies and compositions (semiconductor, metal, carbon, etc.) as well as their considerable impact on spintronics, information storage, and the design of field-effect transistors.

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