Kondo physics in carbon nanotubes

  title={Kondo physics in carbon nanotubes},
  author={Jesper Nyg̊ard and David H Cobden and Poul Erik Lindelof},
The connection of electrical leads to wire-like molecules is a logical step in the development of molecular electronics, but also allows studies of fundamental physics. For example, metallic carbon nanotubes are quantum wires that have been found to act as one-dimensional quantum dots, Luttinger liquids, proximity-induced superconductors and ballistic and diffusive one-dimensional metals. Here we report that electrically contacted single-walled carbon nanotubes can serve as powerful probes of… CONTINUE READING


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