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Nanoelectronics: Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles

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NANOTECHNOLOGY 9781498705752 Vijay Kumar Arora CRC 430 Nanoelectronics: Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Nanoensembles 2016 £ 95.00
Author: Vijay Kumar Arora
Description: 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 Aroras 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.
Table of Content: 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 δ-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

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