Reviews of Modern Physics 83, 407

... have been emphasized over breadth; given the large graphene literature, no single review can attempt to provide a broad coverage of the subject at this stage. There have already been several reviews of graphene physics in the recent literature. We have made every effort to minimize overlap between o ...

... have been emphasized over breadth; given the large graphene literature, no single review can attempt to provide a broad coverage of the subject at this stage. There have already been several reviews of graphene physics in the recent literature. We have made every effort to minimize overlap between o ...

Spin-Injection into GaAs using ferromagnetic (Ga,Mn)As contacts

... to Moore’s Law, which predicts a doubled transistor density every 18 months[Moor]. Moore’s empirical forecast has driven the electronics industry forward for the past decades. Thankfully, the electron exhibits another elementary feature besides charge, namely its spin, see fig. 1.1. As spin is a vec ...

... to Moore’s Law, which predicts a doubled transistor density every 18 months[Moor]. Moore’s empirical forecast has driven the electronics industry forward for the past decades. Thankfully, the electron exhibits another elementary feature besides charge, namely its spin, see fig. 1.1. As spin is a vec ...

tgd as a generalized number theory

... 3.4.2 Prime Hilbert spaces and infinite primes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 3.4.3 Do infinite hyper-octonionic primes represent quantum numbers associated with Fock states? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 3.4.4 The physical interpret ...

... 3.4.2 Prime Hilbert spaces and infinite primes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 3.4.3 Do infinite hyper-octonionic primes represent quantum numbers associated with Fock states? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 3.4.4 The physical interpret ...

Quantum Hall Effect and Electromechanics in Graphene

... studying graphene’s electron transport in a field effect transistor (FET) geometry and electromechanical properties in a resonator geometry. Recently, the quantum Hall effect (QHE) has been observed in graphene [1, 2] and studied extensively [3]. We studied the breakdown of the quantum Hall state in ...

... studying graphene’s electron transport in a field effect transistor (FET) geometry and electromechanical properties in a resonator geometry. Recently, the quantum Hall effect (QHE) has been observed in graphene [1, 2] and studied extensively [3]. We studied the breakdown of the quantum Hall state in ...

Two-dimensional quantum mechanical modeling of nanotransistors A. Svizhenko, M. P. Anantram,

... to fully quantum mechanical approaches, and can also include ballistic effects and the role of quantized energy levels in the MOSFET inversion layer in an approximate manner.29–31 Discussing the relative merits of various approaches and quantum-corrected drift-diffusion approaches is important. In f ...

... to fully quantum mechanical approaches, and can also include ballistic effects and the role of quantized energy levels in the MOSFET inversion layer in an approximate manner.29–31 Discussing the relative merits of various approaches and quantum-corrected drift-diffusion approaches is important. In f ...

Thermally driven magnon transport in the magnetic insulator Yttrium

... effect (SSE), where a spin current flowing perpendicularly to the heat currents or the temperature gradient is generated. The results emphasize on the formulation of the concept of spectral non-uniformity of magnon temperature to explain the transverse spin Seebeck effect with contemporary theories ...

... effect (SSE), where a spin current flowing perpendicularly to the heat currents or the temperature gradient is generated. The results emphasize on the formulation of the concept of spectral non-uniformity of magnon temperature to explain the transverse spin Seebeck effect with contemporary theories ...