In quantum systems such as these, electron wave behavior prevails, and transport properties must be assessed by calculating transmission amplitudes rather than microscopic conductivity. Emphasis is placed on detailing the physical laws that apply under these circumstances, and on giving a clear account of the most important phenomena. The coverage is comprehensive, with mathematics and theoretical material systematically kept at the most accessible level. The various physical effects are clearly differentiated, ranging from transmission formalism to the Coulomb blockade effect and current noise fluctuations.
Practical exercises and solutions have also been included to facilitate the reader's understanding. Solutions to Exercises.
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Nanostructured materials -- Electric properties. Nanostructures -- Electric properties. Mesoscopic phenomena Physics Summary "This book introduces researchers and students to the physical principles which govern the operation of solid-state devices whose overall length is smaller than the electron mean free path. The coverage of mathematics and theoretical material is kept systematically at the most accessible level. The various physical effects are differentiated, ranging from transmission formalism to the Coulomb blockade effect and current noise fluctuations.
Contents Ch. Introduction Ch. Some Useful Concepts and Reminders Ch.
Ballistic Transport and Transmission Conductance Ch. S-matrix Formalism Ch.
Electrical transport in doped one-dimensional nanostructures.
Tunneling and Detrapping Ch. Coulomb Blockade Effect Ch. Specific Interference Effects Ch. Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes Ch.