Nanoelectronics of Carbon Nanotube Multi-Terminal Junctions
Final rept. 25 Jul 2005-31 Dec 2008
KENTUCKY UNIV LEXINGTON CENTER FOR COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES
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Using the support we have developed and used a novel method to investigate molecular electronic device applications of carbon nanotube multi-terminal junctions in the form of T- and Y-junctions. The theoretical methods included i large scale simulations using accurate quantum tight-binding molecular dynamics scheme and ii quantum conductivity formalisms. Both methods were developed by the PIs group. All the structures investigated were fully relaxed using quantum tight-binding molecular dynamics methods and their current vs voltage I-V characteristics determined.
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