Strong localization in defective carbon nanotubes: a recursive Greenʼs function study

@article{Teichert2014StrongLI,
title={Strong localization in defective carbon nanotubes: a recursive Greenʼs function study},
author={Fabian Teichert and Andreas Zienert and J{\"o}rg Schuster and Michael Schreiber},
journal={New Journal of Physics},
year={2014},
volume={16}
}
• Published 10 December 2014
• Physics
• New Journal of Physics
We study the transport properties of defective single-walled armchair carbon nanotubes (CNTs) on a mesoscopic length scale. Monovacancies and divancancies are positioned randomly along the CNT. The calculations are based on a fast, linearly scaling recursive Greenʼs function formalism that allows us to treat large systems quantum-mechanically. The electronic structure of the CNT is described by a density-functional-based tight-binding model. We determine the influence of the defects on the…
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