Theoretical Studies of Quantum Interference in Electronic Transport Through Carbon Nanotubes

@article{Babiaczyk2002TheoreticalSO,
  title={Theoretical Studies of Quantum Interference in Electronic Transport Through Carbon Nanotubes},
  author={Wojtek Iwo Babiaczyk and Bogdan R. Bułka},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2002}
}
We performed studies of coherent electronic transport through a single walled carbon nanotube. In the calculations multiple scattering on the contacts and interference processes were taken into account. Conductance is a composition of contributions from different channels. We studied also spin--dependent transport in the system with ferromagnetic electrodes. The magnetoresistance is large and shows large oscillations, it can be even negative in some cases. 
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