Nanostructures and Mesoscopic systems [NOOK Book]

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Nanostructures and Mesoscopic Systems presents the proceedings of the International Symposium held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on May 20-24, 1991. The book discusses nanostructure physics; nanostructures in motion; and advances in nanostructure fabrication. The text also describes ballistic transport and coherence; low-dimensional tunneling; and electron correlation and coulomb blockade. Banostructure arrays and collective effects; the theory and modeling of nanostructures; and mesoscopic systems are also ...
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Overview

Nanostructures and Mesoscopic Systems presents the proceedings of the International Symposium held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on May 20-24, 1991. The book discusses nanostructure physics; nanostructures in motion; and advances in nanostructure fabrication. The text also describes ballistic transport and coherence; low-dimensional tunneling; and electron correlation and coulomb blockade. Banostructure arrays and collective effects; the theory and modeling of nanostructures; and mesoscopic systems are also encompassed. The book further tackles the optical properties of nanostructures.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323145831
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 12/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 566
  • File size: 13 MB
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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1 - Introduction&Overview

Introduction

Chapter 2 - New Challenges

Nanostructure Physics, Depth Vs. Fashion

Nanostructures in Motion

Chapter 3 - Advances in Nanostructure Fabrication

Patterning Techniques for Sub-100 nm Devices, Circuits and Systems

Cleaved Edge Overgrowth: A Route to Atomically Precise Lower Dimensional Stinctures

Semiconductor Quantum Wires Grown by OMCVD on Nonplanar Substrates

Can a Device Be Made with Atomic Precision?

Direct Writing of Nickel Wires Using a Scanning Tunneling Microscope/Scanning Electron Microscope System

Fabrication of Nanostructure Arrays Using Projection Electron-Beam Lithography

Chapter 4 - Ballistic Transport and Coherence

Balistic Electron Optics in Two-Dimensional Electron Systems

Interference and Dephasing by Electron-Electron Interaction in Ballistic Conductors

Ballistic Electron Propagation in Macroscopic Four-Terminal Square Structures

Interference Phenomena Due to Bend Discontinuities in Point Contact Structures

Chapter 5 - Low-Dimensional Tunneling

Resonant Tunneling in Two-Dimensionally and Three-Dimensionayll Confined Quantum Wells

Mode Coupling in Quantum Dot Resonant Tunneling

Single-Electron Resonant Tunneling through Quantum Dots

Simple Quantum Models of Coulomb Effects in Semiconductor Nanostructures

Resonant Tunneling in Coupled Quantum Wells

Tunneling Spectroscopy of Low Dimensional States

Fine Structure in the Current-Voltage Characteristics of a 200nm Diameter AlGaAs-GaAs Resonant Tunneling Diode in High Magnetic Fields

Chapter 6 - Electron Correlation and Coulomb Blockade

Single Charges in Networks of Small Tunnel Junctions

Transport Spectroscopy of a Coulomb Island

Lateral Electron Transport Through a Quantum Dot: Coulomb Blockade and Quantum Transport

Quantized Transport Through a Quantum Dot Turnstile

Towards an Electron Load-Lock

Wigner Lattice Dynamics and SET Oscillations in 1D Electron Channels

Chapter 7 - Nanostructure Arrays and Collective Effects

Electron Transport Through an "Antidot" Array

Magnetotransport Localization, and Quantum Hall Effect in Lateral Surface Superlattices

Capacitance Study of the Single Electron Addition Spectrum of Quantum Dot Arrays

Dynamic Excitations in Quantum Wires, Quantum Dots and Antidots

Electrons and Excitons in a Quantum Dot in Magnetic Fields

Chapter 8 - Theory and Modeling of Nanostructures

Nanoelectronci Modeling

A Two-Particle Model of Electron-Electron Interactions in Quantum Structures

The Role of Longitudinal-Optical Phonons in Nanoscale Structures

Inelastic Scattering in Resonant Tunneling with Emitter Quasi-Bound States

Lateral Resonant Tunneling Transistors: Simulation, Design, and Experiment

Chapter 9 - Mesoscopic Systems

Thermodynamics of Mesoscopic Systems

Dissipative Scattering and Transport in Mesoscopic Systems

Fingerprinting Mesoscopic Spin-Glasses

Voltage Fluctuations in a Mesoscopic Conductor

Chapter 10 - Optical Properties of Nanostructures

Optical Investigations of Vertical Transport in Double Barrier Resonant Tunneling Structures

Wires and Dots in GaAs-GaA1As Quantum Wells: Luminescence Intensity Studies

Fabrication and Assessment of Wires and Dots in ZnTe and ZnSe+

On the (Poor) Luminescent Properties of Quantum Dots: An Intrinsic Effect?

Chapter 11 - New Systems and Issues

The Superconducting Quantum Point Contact

Observation of the Bloch Oscillations in Ultrasmall Josephson Junctions

Coulomb Blockade Oscillations in the Conductance of a Si-MOSFET Point-Contact

Resonant Tunneling Through a Series of Localized States and Transition to Inelastic Tunneling in a Wide Two-Dimensional Electron Gas

Few Electron Quantum Computing Structures and Lattice Gas Computation

Symposium Participants

List of Contributors
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