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Nanoelectronics Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles

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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 03/2015
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Brings the Band Structure of Carbon-Based Devices into the Limelight A shift to carbon is positioning biology as a process of synthesis in mainstream engineering. Silicon is quickly being replaced with carbon-based electronics, devices are being reduced down to nanometer scale, and further potential applications are being considered. While traditionally, engineers are trained by way of physics, chemistry, and mathematics, Nanoelectronics: Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles establishes biology as an essential basic science for engineers to explore. Unifies Science and Engineering: from Quantum Physics to Nanoengineering Drawing heavily on published papers by the author, this research-driven text offers a complete review of nanoelectronic transport starting from quantum waves, to ohmic and ballistic conduction, and saturation-limited extreme nonequilibrium conditions. In addition, it highlights a new paradigm using non-equilibrium Arora’s Distribution Function (NEADF) and establishes this function as the starting point (from band theory to equilibrium to extreme nonequilibrium carrier statistics). The author focuses on nano-electronic device design and development, including carbon-based devices, and provides you with a vantage point for the global outlook on the future of nanoelectronics devices and ULSI. Encompassing ten chapters, this illuminating text: Converts the electric-field response of drift velocity into current–voltage relationships that are driven by the presence of critical voltage and saturation current arising from the unidirectional drift of carriers Applies the effect of these scaled-down dimensions to nano-MOSFET (metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor) Considers specialized applications that can be tried through a number of suggested projects that are all feasible with MATLAB® codes Nanoelectronics: Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles contains the latest research in nanoelectronics, identifies problems and other factors to consider when it comes to nanolayer design and application, and ponders future trends. Print Versions of this book also include access to the ebook version.


Nanoengineering Overview Quantum Waves Nanoengineering Circuits Bioapplications Growth and Decay Scope Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects References Atoms, Bands, and Quantum Wells Birth of a Quantum Era Hydrogen-Like Atom Photon Emission and Absorption Spherical Hydrogen-Like Atom Atoms to Crystals—Bands and Bonds Thermal Band/Bond Tempering Impurity Band/Bond Tempering Compound Semiconductors Bands to Quantum Wells A Prototype Quantum Well D (Bulk) Density of States D Quantum Well D Quantum Well Quantum Dots: QOD Systems Generalized DOS Ellipsoidal Conduction Band Valleys Heavy/Light Holes Electrons in a Magnetic Field Triangular Quantum Well QD Electrons in a MOSFET Carbon Allotropes Graphene to CNT Bandgap Engineering of Carbon Allotropes Tunneling through a Barrier WKB Approximation Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects Appendix A: Derivation of the Density of States Using d-Function References Carrier Statistics Fermi–Dirac Distribution Function Bulk (D) Carrier Distribution Bulk (D) ND Approximation Intrinsic Carrier Concentration Charge Neutrality Compensation Strong D (Bulk) Degenerate Limit Carrier Statistics in Low Dimensions The Velocity and the Energy Averages Graphene/CNT Nanostructures Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects Appendix A: Distribution Function Appendix B: Electron Concentration for D and D Nanostructures Appendix C: Intrinsic Velocity References Nonequilibrium Carrier Statistics and Transport Tilted Band Diagram in an Electric Field Velocity Response to an Electric Field Ballistic Mobility Quantum Emission High-Field Distribution Function ND Drift Response Degenerate Drift Response Direct and Differential Mobility Bandgap Narrowing and Carrier Multiplication Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects Appendix A: Derivation of Velocity-Field Characteristics References Charge Transport Primer Ohmic (Linear) Transport Discovery of Sat Law Charge Transport in D and D Resistors Charge Transport in a CNT Power Consumption Transit Time Delay RC Time Delay L/R Transient Delay Voltage and Current Division Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects Appendix A: Derivation of the L/R Time Constant References Nano-MOSFET and Nano-CMOS Primer MOS Capacitor I–V Characteristics of Nano-MOSFET Long- (LC) and Short-Channel (SC) MOSFET Model Refinements for Nano-CMOS Application CMOS Design Examples Problems CAD/CAE Projects Appendix A: Properties of Airy Function References Nanowire Transport Primer Ballistic Quantum Conductance Quantum Emission Stochastic to Streamlined Unidirectional Velocity NEADF Application to NW NW Transistor CAD/CAE Projects References Quantum Transport in Carbon-Based Devices High-Field Graphene Transport Application to Experimental Data for Graphene High-Field Transport in Metallic CNT High-Field GNR Transport Ballistic Transport in Graphene, CNT, and GNR CAD/CAE Projects References Magneto- and Quantum-Confined Transport Classical Theory of MR Rationale for Density Matrix Density Matrix Magnetoresistance An Application Other Types of MR NW Effect in High Electric and Magnetic Fields Quantum-Confined Transport CAD/CAE Projects References Drift-Diffusion and Multivalley Transport Primer Simplified Drift-Diffusion Einstein Ratio A Refined Model Multivalley Transport CAD/CAE Projects References Appendices Index


Professor Arora, noted international educator and IEEE-EDS Distinguished Lecturer, obtained his Ph.D from the University of Colorado. He has held distinguished appointments at the University of Tokyo, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, University of Western Australia, and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. His publications include more than 100 papers in reputed journals and many uncounted publications in conference proceedings. Professor Arora serves on the editorial board of a number of journals. He was chair of Nano Singapore 2006, Nanotech Malaysia 2010, and Escience Nano 2012 conferences.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.125 in Ø 1.65 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:195 b/w images, 17 tables and Approx. 925 to 975
Pagine Arabe: 430

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