Eduardo Jian Hua Lee

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Electrical transport studies on graphene have been focused mainly on the linear dispersion region around the Fermi level and, in particular, on the effects associated with the quasiparticles in graphene behaving as relativistic particles known as Dirac fermions. However, some theoretical work has suggested that several features of electron transport in(More)
The physics and operating principles of hybrid superconductor-semiconductor devices rest ultimately on the magnetic properties of their elementary subgap excitations, usually called Andreev levels. Here we report a direct measurement of the Zeeman effect on the Andreev levels of a semiconductor quantum dot with large electron g-factor, strongly coupled to a(More)
When planar graphene sheets are stacked on top of each other, the electronic structure of the system varies with the position of the subsequent sublattice atoms. Here, we employ scanning photocurrent microscopy to study the disparity in the behavior of charge carriers for two different stacking configurations. It has been found that deviation from the(More)
We studied the low-energy states of spin-1/2 quantum dots defined in InAs/InP nanowires and coupled to aluminum superconducting leads. By varying the superconducting gap Δ with a magnetic field B we investigated the transition from strong coupling Δ << T(K) to weak-coupling Δ >> T(K), where T(K) is the Kondo temperature. Below the critical field, we observe(More)
In this article, we report the formation of dispersed anisotropic nanostructures by the oriented attachment mechanism, under hydrothermal conditions and in a system that all other growth processes are improbable. The comparison of dilute and agglomerated experimental conditions indicate that oriented attachment is an effective mechanism for the formation of(More)
The classical model of particle coagulation on colloids is revisited to evaluate its applicability on the oriented attachment of nanoparticles. The proposed model describes well the growth behavior of dispersed nanoparticles during the initial stages of nanoparticle synthesis and during growth induced by hydrothermal treatments. Moreover, a general model,(More)
The kinetic model of stepwise polymerization is revisited, with some adaptations for its application to the kinetics of oriented attachment of nanoparticles in colloidal suspensions, which results in the formation of anisotropic particles. A comparison with experimental data reported in the literature shows good agreement with the model and supports(More)
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and carbon nanofibers (CNFs) have attracted enormous interest in the past years due to their outstanding physical and chemical properties, which render them promising as active elements in novel (opto)-electronic devices. While both CNTs and CNFs are carbonaceous materials with a large aspect ratio, their crystalline morphology and,(More)
Carbon-nanotube field-effect transistors (CNFETs) have been extensively studied for applications in electronics and optoelectronics. 2] Despite significant progress in this research field, a range of important device features remain to be fully explored, such as the nature of the metal–nanotube interface. In this context, scanning probe microscopy can(More)