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1 Pablo Burset Atienza Superconductivity in graphene and carbon nanotubes I02396 eBook  
2 Aliaksei Charnukha Charge dynamics in 122 iron-based superconductors I02364 eBook  
3 Ying Fu Physical models of semiconductor quantum devices I02337 eBook  
4 Kipp van Schooten Optically active charge traps and chemical defects in semiconducting nanocrystals probed by pulsed optically detected magnetic r I02294 2013 eBook  
5 Yuki Shiomi Anomalous and topological hall effects in itinerant magnets I02208 2013 eBook  
6 Hilmi �Unl�u (ed.) Low dimensional semiconductor structures I02017 2013 eBook  
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TitleSuperconductivity in graphene and carbon nanotubes : proximity effect and nonlocal transport
Author(s)Pablo Burset Atienza
Description1 online resource (xix, 157 pages) : illustrations
Abstract NoteThe unique electronic band structure of graphene gives rise to remarkable properties when in contact with a superconducting electrode. In this thesis two main aspects of these junctions are analyzed: the induced superconducting proximity effect and the non-local transport properties in multi-terminal devices. For this purpose specific models are developed and studied using Green function techniques, which allow us to take into account the detailed microscopic structure of the graphene-superconductor interface. It is shown that these junctions are characterized by the appearance of bound states at subgap energies which are localized at the interface region. Furthermore it is shown that graphene-supercondutor-graphene junctions can be used to favor the splitting of Cooper pairs for the generation of non-locally entangled electron pairs. Finally, using similar techniques the thesis analyzes the transport properties of carbon nanotube devices coupled with superconducting electrodes and in graphene superlattices
Contents NoteBackground and theoretical framework -- Green functions techniques for graphene layers with edges -- The graphene-superconductor interface -- Nonlocal transport in graphene -- Cooper pair beam splitters in double quantum dots
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Graphene 4. Nanoscale Science and Technology 5. Nanotubes 6. PHYSICS 7. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity 8. SCIENCE / Physics / Electromagnetism 9. Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity 10. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 11. Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films 12. Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films 13. Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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TitleCharge dynamics in 122 iron-based superconductors
Author(s)Aliaksei Charnukha
Description1 online resource (xi, 130 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Abstract NoteThis thesis combines highly accurate optical spectroscopy data on the recently discovered iron-based high-temperature superconductors with an incisive theoretical analysis. Three outstanding results are reported: (1) The superconductivity-induced modification of the far-infrared conductivity of an iron arsenide with minimal chemical disorder is quantitatively described by means of a strong-coupling theory for spin fluctuation mediated Cooper pairing. The formalism developed in this thesis also describes prior spectroscopic data on more disordered compounds. (2) The same materials exhibit a sharp superconductivity-induced anomaly for photon energies around 2.5 eV, two orders of magnitude larger than the superconducting energy gap. The author provides a qualitative interpretation of this unprecedented observation, which is based on the multiband nature of the superconducting state. (3) The thesis also develops a comprehensive description of a superconducting, yet optically transparent iron chalcogenide compound. The author shows that this highly unusual behavior can be explained as a result of the nanoscopic coexistence of insulating and superconducting phases, and he uses a combination of two complementary experimental methods - scanning near-field optical microscopy and low-energy muon spin rotation - to directly image the phase coexistence and quantitatively determine the phase composition. These data have important implications for the interpretation of data from other experimental probes
Contents NoteIntroduction -- Iron-based superconductors -- Experimental and theoretical methods -- Results and discussion -- Summary
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Iron-based superconductors 4. Optical and Electronic Materials 5. PHYSICS 6. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity 7. SCIENCE / Physics / Electromagnetism 8. Spectroscopy and Microscopy 9. Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity
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TitlePhysical models of semiconductor quantum devices
Author(s)Ying Fu
EditionSecond edition
Description1 online resource (xi, 408 pages) : illustrations
Abstract NotePhysical Models of Semiconductor Quantum Devices addresses three main areas of solid state electronics: electronic and optical properties of low dimensional semiconductor materials; the principal physics of quantum electronic devices; and the principal physics of quantum optical devices. The link between the basic physics on which the real devices are based and the output from these devices is closely observed. The result is a detailed overview of the new material properties on which novel solid state electronic devices such as quantum diodes, small size transistors, and high electron mobility transistors are based. It provides an insight into the state-of the-art in material and device research that will be of interest to all involved in compound semiconductors
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Halbleiter 4. OPTOELECTRONICS 5. Opto�electronique 6. Quantenoptik 7. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity 8. SCIENCE / Physics / Electromagnetism 9. Semiconducteurs 10. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleOptically active charge traps and chemical defects in semiconducting nanocrystals probed by pulsed optically detected magnetic resonance
Author(s)Kipp van Schooten
PublicationCham, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity 4. Semiconductor nanocrystals
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TitleAnomalous and topological hall effects in itinerant magnets
Author(s)Yuki Shiomi
PublicationTokyo, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Abstract NoteThis book presents an investigation of the anomalous and topological Hall effects in some itinerant ferromagnets and helimagnets by measurements of Hall effects driven by electrical or heat current. New clarifications are provided for spin-dependent Hall effects induced by the Berry phase, skew scattering, and scalar spin chirality.The author reveals the scattering-free nature of the Berry-phase-induced anomalous Hall current by conducting the first comparative study of electrical and thermal Hall effects. The impurity-element dependence of the anomalous Hall effect caused by skew scattering i
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Hall effect 4. Magnetism, Band theory of 5. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity
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TitleLow dimensional semiconductor structures : characterization, modeling and applications
Author(s)Hilmi �Unl�u (ed.);Norman J. M. Horing (ed.)
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Abstract NoteStarting with the first transistor in 1949, the world has experienced a technological revolution which has permeated most aspects of modern life, particularly over the last generation. Yet another such revolution looms up before us with the newly developed capability to control matter on the nanometer scale. A truly extraordinary research effort, by scientists, engineers, technologists of all disciplines, in nations large and small throughout the world, is directed and vigorously pressed to develop a full understanding of the properties of matter at the nanoscale and its possible applications, to bring to fruition the promise of nanostructures to introduce a new generation of electronic and optical devices. The physics of low dimensional semiconductor structures, including heterostructures, superlattices, quantum wells, wires and dots is reviewed and their modeling is discussed in detail. The truly exceptional material, Graphene, is reviewed; its functionalization and Van der Waals interactions are included here. Recent research on optical studies of quantum dots and on the physical properties of one-dimensional quantum wires is also reported. Chapters on fabrication of nanowire - based nanogap devices by the dielectrophoretic assembly approach. The broad spectrum of research reported here incorporates chapters on nanoengineering and nanophysics. In its presentation of tutorial chapters as well as advanced research on nanostructures, this book is ideally suited to meet the needs of newcomers to the field as well as experienced researchers interested in viewing colleagues' recent advances
Contents NoteAdvances in Low Dimensional Semiconductor Structures -- Modeling of Low Dimensional Semiconductors -- Graphene: Properties and Theory.- Functionalization of Graphene Nanoribbons -- Atom/Molecule Van Der Waals Interaction with Graphene -- Optical Studies of Semiconductor Quantum Dots -- Friedel Sum Rule in One- And Quasi-One-Dimensional Wires -- Effects of Temperature on The Scattering Phases and Density of States in Quantum Wires
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Low-dimensional semiconductors 4. Nanostructured materials 5. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity
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