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Nanotechnology for electronics, photonics, and renewable energy

Author: Anatoli Korkin; P Krstić; Jack C Wells
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2010.
Series: Nanostructure science and technology.
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This book presents nanotechnology fundamentals and applications in the key research areas of information technology (electronics and photonics) and alternative (solar) energy. Three major technology areas? electronics, photonics and solar energy -- are linked on the basis of similar applications of nanostructured materials in research and development. By bridging the materials physics and chemistry at the atomic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Nanotechnology for electronics, photonics, and renewable energy.
New York : Springer, 2010
(DLC) 2010939003
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anatoli Korkin; P Krstić; Jack C Wells
ISBN: 9781441974549 1441974547 144197234X 9781441972347
OCLC Number: 696806120
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 272 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Cover13; --
Preface --
Notes --
Contents --
Contributors --
1 Molecular Electronics: Challenges and Perspectives --
Introduction --
Single Molecules --
Transport in OPVs --
Power Dissipation in Molecular Junctions --
Perspectives --
Crossbar Memories --
Organic Thin-Film Transistors --
Charge Transport in Conjugated Polymers --
Drift Diffusion Model --
Analytical Models for OTFTs --
Simulation of Organic Thin Film Transistors --
Circuits Based on OTFTs: Inverters and Ring Oscillators --
Perspectives --
References --
2 Three-Dimensional SiliconGermanium Nanostructures for CMOS-Compatible Light Emitters --
Introduction --
Light Emission in Crystalline Silicon and Germanium --
Light Emission in SiGe Bulk Alloys and Composition-Controlled Quantum Wells --
Properties of SiGe Three-Dimensional Nanostructures --
Growth and Structural Properties of Si/SiGe Three-Dimensional Nanostructures --
Light-Emitting Properties of Si/SiGe Three-Dimensional Nanostructures --
Carrier Recombination in Si/SiGe Nanostructures --
Electroluminescence in Si/SiGe Nanostructures --
Photoluminescence in Si/SiGe Nanostructures Under High Excitation Intensity --
SiGe Light Emitters: Integration Issues and Compatibility with CMOS --
Conclusion --
References --
3 On Application of Plasmas in Nanotechnologies --
Introduction --
Introduction to Plasma Physics and Why Plasmas Are Useful --
Plasmas for Manufacturing of Integrated Circuits --
Plasma Etching in Nanoelectronics --
What Are the Limits: Roadmaps --
Plasma Sources for the Standard Nanoelectronics Technology --
Modelling Plasma Processing Devices --
Two-Frequency Plasmas, Pulsed Plasmas and Charging Damage --
Fast Neutral Etching and Sources of Fast Neutrals --
Etching of Low- k Dielectrics --
Plasma as a Source of Nanomaterials --
Nanomaterials --
Carbon Nanotubes --
Thin-Film Nanomaterials --
Growth of Nanocrystals and Nanostructures on Surfaces and Nanowalls --
Dust Particles and Their Control --
Plasma Treatment of Surfaces --
Surface Roughness as a Limiting Factor --
Practical Implications of the Treatment of Surfaces --
Biomedical Applications --
New Sources of Non-equilibrium Plasmas --
Micro-discharges and Their Applications --
Conclusion --
References --
4 All Carbon Nanotubes Are Not Created Equal --
Introduction --
Brief Overview of CNT Applications --
The Origin of Many Forms of Carbon --
Atomic Structure and the Properties of Carbon Nanotubes --
The General Principles of Carbon Nanotube Synthesis --
Chemical Vapor Deposition --
CVD Growth of Application-Specific CNT Structures --
Vertically Aligned Nanotube Arrays --
The Role of Elements Other than Carbon --
Horizontally Aligned Nanotubes Arrays --
The Quest for Chiral Purity --
Conclusions --
References --
5 Two Routes to Subcellular Sensing --
A (Rational) Dream --
The Metabolic Pattern --
The Temporal Domain --
The Spatial Domain --
The Chemical Domain --
Sensing as a Key Tool for Systems Biology --
Life Functionals --
Determining the Life Functionals --
The Boron Route to Subcellular Sensing --
Early Attempts at Subcellular Sensing --
Updating the Early Attempts --
From ICs to Nanobiosensors --
The Incremental Increase of Complexity of ICs and Sensors --
The Shift of Paradigm --
The Crossbar Structure --
Superlattice Nanowire Pa.
Series Title: Nanostructure science and technology.
Responsibility: Anatoli Korkin, Predrag S. Krstić, Jack C. Wells, editors.

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Here, tutorial chapters from some of the world's leading experts link three key technology areas, showing how nanotechnology can be applied to research and development in each fast-moving field, and  Read more...

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