Quantum transport in carbon nanotubes

  title={Quantum transport in carbon nanotubes},
  author={E. Laird and F. Kuemmeth and G. Steele and K. Grove-Rasmussen and J. Nygaard and K. Flensberg and L. Kouwenhoven},
  journal={Reviews of Modern Physics},
  • E. Laird, F. Kuemmeth, +4 authors L. Kouwenhoven
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • Reviews of Modern Physics
  • Carbon nanotubes are a versatile material in which many aspects of condensed matter physics come together. Recent discoveries have uncovered new phenomena that completely change our understanding of transport in these devices, especially the role of the spin and valley degrees of freedom. This review describes the modern understanding of transport through nanotube devices. Unlike in conventional semiconductors, electrons in nanotubes have two angular momentum quantum numbers, arising from spin… CONTINUE READING
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