Nanostructures and Mesoscopic systems
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 566 pages
Nanostructures and Mesoscopic Systems presents the proceedings of the International Symposium held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on May 20-24, 1991. The book discusses nanostructure physics; nanostructures in motion; and advances in nanostructure fabrication. The text also describes ballistic transport and coherence; low-dimensional tunneling; and electron correlation and coulomb blockade. Banostructure arrays and collective effects; the theory and modeling of nanostructures; and mesoscopic systems are also encompassed. The book further tackles the optical properties of nanostructures.
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Chapter 4 Ballistic Transport and Coherence
Chapter 5 LowDimensional Tunneling
Chapter 6 Electron Correlation and Coulomb Blockade
Chapter 7 Nanostructure Arrays and Collective Effects
Chapter 8 Theory and Modeling of Nanostructures
Chapter 9 Mesoscopic Systems
Chapter 10 Optical Properties of Nanostructures
Chapter 11 New Systems and Issues
List of Contributors
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