Current-Driven Phenomena in Nanoelectronics by Tamar Seideman

By Tamar Seideman

Which includes ten chapters written by means of the various world’s leaders within the box, this publication combines experimental, theoretical and numerical reports of current-driven phenomena within the nanoscale. the themes coated diversity from single-molecule, site-specific nanochemistry brought about through a scanning tunneling microscope, via inelastic tunneling spectroscopy and current-induced heating, to current-triggered molecular machines. many of the chapters specialize in experimental and numerical strategy improvement, the outline of particular platforms, and new rules and novel phenomena.

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The parameters are specified in the panel (a) top, see also in text. 36) is the transmission probability. , |μ t/s − ε a | Γ st and R(ε ) −1 , the negative elastic correction I el( 2) becomes two times larger than the positive inelastic correction I in( 2) . To understand the decrease of the conductance for lowtransmission systems on resonance, it is necessary to argue that the elastic part of the conductance decreases more than the increase from the inelastic part. Since the energy is close to the resonance, electrons scattered out from this energy will broaden the resonance giving a large decrease in the elastic conductance.

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