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Low-dimensional functional nanostructures
Symposium P, "Semiconductor Nanowires: Growth, Physics, Devices and Applications" (2010 San Francisco, Calif.)
|Statement||editors, Heike Riel ... [et al.].|
|Series||Materials Research Society symposium proceedings -- v. 1258, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings -- v. 1258.|
|Contributions||Riel, Heike, Materials Research Society. Meeting, Symposium Q, "Template-Based Nanofabrication: Nanowires, Nanotubes, and Associated Heteronanostructures" (2010 : San Francisco, Calif.), Symposium R, "Carbon Nanotubes and Related Low-Dimensional Materials" (2010 : San Francisco, Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.N35 S959 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||2011411107|
Carrier recombination is a crucial process governing the optical properties of a semiconductor. Although various theoretical approaches have been utilized to describe carrier behaviors, a quantitative understanding of the impact of defects and interfaces in low dimensional semiconductor systems is still elusive. Here, we develop a model system consisting of chemically tunable, highly. Physica E (Low-dimensional systems and nanostructures) contains papers and invited review articles on the fundamental and applied aspects of physics in low-dimensional electron systems, in semiconductor heterostructures, oxide interfaces, quantum wells and superlattices, quantum wires and dots and emerging phenomena such as two-dimensional, majorana fermion and topological low .
The physics of low dimensional semiconductor structures, including heterostructures, superlattices, quantum wells, wires and dots is reviewed and their modeling is discussed in detail. The truly exceptional material, Graphene, is reviewed; its functionalization and Van der Waals interactions are included : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Ideal Strength in Low-Dimensional Nanostructures. was intense and in the years since the book has carved its niche as a respected, reliable and understandable introduction to the subject area.
NANO AU RSY; Luminescence in Low-dimensional Nanostructures: Quantum Confinement Effect, Surface Effect Whenever the carrier localization, at least in one spatial direction, becomes comparable or smaller than the de Broglie wavelength of carriers, quantum mechanical effects occur. In this limit the optical and electronic properties of the material change as a function of the size and the. Low-dimensional materials comprise zero-dimensional (0D) nanostructures (i.e., nanoparticles or nanodots); one-dimensional (1D) nanomaterials like nanowires, nanotubes, or nanofibers; two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials (i.e., layered materials, polymer membranes or thin films); and even three-dimensional (3D) nanomaterials such as nanoporous.
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: Low-Dimensional Functional Nanostructures-Fabrication, Characterization and Applications: Volume (MRS Proceedings) (): Heike Riel. The book concludes with a look at the latest advances in theory.
While defect physics is extensively reviewed for conventional bulk semiconductors, the same is far from being true for novel material systems, such as low-dimensional 1D and 0D nanostructures and 2D monolayers.
This book Format: Paperback. This book focuses on the fundamental phenomena at nanoscale. It covers synthesis, properties, characterization and computer modelling of nanomaterials, nanotechnologies, bionanotechnology, involving nanodevices.
Further topics are imaging, measuring, modeling and manipulating of. The last few years have seen dramatic advances in the growth, fabrication and characterization of low-dimensional materials and nanostructures.
Most studies of these artificially engineered materials have been driven by their potential for device applications that involve smaller and. Defects in Advanced Electronic Materials and Novel Low Dimensional Structures provides a comprehensive review on the recent progress in solving defect Low-dimensional functional nanostructures book and deliberate defect engineering in novel material systems.
It begins with an overview of point defects in ZnO and group-III nitrides, including irradiation-induced defects, and then look at defects in one and two-dimensional materials, including carbon nanotubes. This book describes novel principles of functional nanostructures as smart sensors, presents breaking-through novel technologies and discusses novel principles and phenomena implementated in sensors and detectors as well as environmental protection and CBRN.
Low‐Dimensional Nanostructures. Book Editor(s): HoSung Lee. Western Michigan University, United States one using new families of bulk materials and the other using low‐dimensional materials systems.
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The objective of this special issue is to address recent research trends and developments in the synthesis and applications of low-dimensional materials and their functional architectures. A substantial number of papers were submitted, and after a thorough peer review process, eight papers were selected to be included in this special : Weilu Gao, Ciyuan Qiu, Xiaowei He.
This book contains a selection of lectures from the first Summer School organized by the Center for Functional Nanostructures (CFN) at the University of Karlsruhe. The mission of the CFN is to carry out research in the following areas: nanophotonics, nanoelectronics, molecular nanostructures and nanostructured materials.
One-dimensional nanostructures, such as nanowires and nanotubes, represent the smallest dimension for efficient transport of electrons and excitons and thus are ideal building blocks for hierarchical assembly of functional nanoscale electronic and photonic structures.
We report an approach for the hierarchical assembly of one-dimensional nanostructures into well-defined functional by: 3: Low-dimensional Devices 4: Microscopy and Spectroscopy of 2D Materials Sunday Evening Plenary Session Nanoscience + Engineering Plenary Session 5: Low-dimensional Materials for Photonics and Optoelectronics 6: Low-dimensional Materials for Energy and Electronics Posters-Monday.Subproject 1 aims to harness the unique behaviors of low-dimensional materials to achieve unprecedented functionalities in higher dimensional assemblies through molecular beam epitaxial (MBE) growth of dissimilar thin functional layers.
The exceptional quality of layers and interfaces is obtained by optimizing lattice matching, nanostructuring.