Physical Properties of Nanosystems by V. G. Kravets, R. R. Nair, P. Blake, L. A. Ponomarenko, I.

By V. G. Kravets, R. R. Nair, P. Blake, L. A. Ponomarenko, I. Riaz, R. Jalil, S. Anisimova (auth.), Janez Bonca, Sergei Kruchinin (eds.)

Recent advances in nanoscience have tested that essentially new actual phenomena are discovered whilst platforms are diminished to sizes equivalent to the elemental microscopic size scales of the cloth investigated. there was nice curiosity during this learn due, specifically, to its position within the improvement of spintronics, molecular electronics and quantum details processing. The contributions to this quantity describe new advances in lots of of those basic and engaging components of nanophysics, together with carbon nanotubes, graphene, magnetic nanostructures, shipping via coupled quantum dots, spintronics, molecular electronics, and quantum details processing.

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4 ELECTRON TRANSPORT THROUGH MOLECULES IN THE KONDO REGIME: THE ROLE OF MOLECULAR VIBRATIONS J. Mravlje1 and A. si Abstract. We discuss the electronic transport through molecules in the Kondo regime. We concentrate here on the influence of molecular vibrations. Two types of vibrations are investigated: (i) the breathing internal molecular modes, where the coupling occurs between the molecular deformation and the charge density, and (ii) the oscillations of molecule between the contacts, where the displacement affects the tunneling.

30], one finds the spectral probability corresponding to the electron–environment inter˜n /(Dn q 2 −iω)2 , n = 1, 2, and action within each electrode as ρn (ω) = 2 Im q U ˜12 /[(D1 q 2 − that for the interaction across the junction, ρ12 (ω) = −2 Im U q iω)(D2 q 2 − iω)], where D1(2) are diffusion coefficients within respective elec˜1(2) are the dynamically screened Coulomb interactions within trodes, and U (across) the electrodes. The spectral probability ρ(ω) of the electron–environment interaction controlling the behavior of the I-V characteristics is central to our approach.

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