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Current-Driven Phenomena in Nanoelectronics

1st Edition

Edited by Tamar Seideman

Pan Stanford

228 pages

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Description

Consisting of ten chapters written by some of the world's leaders in the field, this book combines experimental, theoretical and numerical studies of current-driven phenomena in the nanoscale. The topics covered range from single-molecule, site-specific nanochemistry induced by a scanning tunneling microscope, through inelastic tunneling spectrosco

Table of Contents

Theory of Nonequilibrium Electron-Phonon Scattering in Nanoelectronics (H Guo); The Electronic Structure of Metal-Molecule Interfaces (H Petek); Inelastic Tunneling Current-Driven Motions of Single Adsorbates (Ueba); Current-Driven Desorption at the Organic Molecule-Semiconductor Interface: Cyclopentene on Si(100) (Hersam); Current-Induced Local Heating in Molecular Junctions (N Tao); DFT-NEGF Approach to Current-Induced Forces, Vibrational Signals, and Heating in Nanoconductors (M Brandbyge); Current-Induced Heating and Heat Dissipation Mechanisms in Single C60 (Pascual); Light-Induced Switching of Conductance in Molecular Systems (B Feringa); Electronic Control of Single-Molecule Nanomachines (Dujardine).

About the Editor

Tamar Seideman is a professor of physics and chemistry at the Northwestern University. The Seideman group is engaged with theoretical and computational research at the broad interface between chemistry, physics and materials science.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC008000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / General
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science