Carbon nanotubes : nanomechanics, manipulation, and electronic devices

@inproceedings{Avouris1999CarbonN,
  title={Carbon nanotubes : nanomechanics, manipulation, and electronic devices},
  author={Ph. Avouris and Tobias Hertel and Richard Martel and Tobias Schmidt and Herbert Shea and Robert E. Walkup},
  year={1999}
}
Carbon nanotubes are novel materials with unique electrical and mechanical properties. Here we present results on their atomic structure and mechanical properties in the adsorbed state, on ways to manipulate individual nanotubes, on their electrical properties and, finally, on the fabrication and characteristics of nanotube-based electron devices. Specifically, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and molecular mechanics simulations are used to investigate the effects of van der Waals interactions on… CONTINUE READING

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