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New PDF release: Carbon Nanotubes: Basic Concepts and Physical Properties

By Stephanie Reich, Christian Thomsen, Janina Maultzsch

ISBN-10: 3527403868

ISBN-13: 9783527403868

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The white lines are three selectcd allowed lines of a metallic nanotube with a chiral angle of 15". 8: Energy contours of graphene around the K point of the Brillouin zone. The three vertical white lines correspond to three bands of a metallic nanotubc with a c h i d angle 0 = IS". Dashed white lines indicate the three K-M directions. After Ref. 16]. 5 aka 44 3 Electronic Properties of Carbon Nunotubes touchcs tangentially the energy contours of graphcne. At the k , wave vcctors the slope of the corresponding band in the nanotuhe band structure vanishes.

B) w valence band (bonding, symmetric). are the energies of the valence band. E ( k ) - is the antisymmetric conduction band. The eigenfunctions at k = 0 are shown in Fig. 3. For the conduction band in (a) the sign of the wave function is opposite for atoms in the A and B sublattice. The wave function changes sign under rotation by 60" (C6)and under reflection at the horizontal mirror plane, but not under inversion. 4) shows that this state belongs to the R2, representation. The eigenfunction of the valence state, in contrast, has a character of + l under all rotations about the z-axis.

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy has the additional advantage that the diameter and the chiral angle of a nanotubc can be measured with scanning tunneling nlicrnscopy in the same experiment. Although it proved difficult to get reliable (nl ,n2) values by this technique, at least the possible choices for nl and n2 can be narrowed down to a small number. 13 Parts (a) and (b) display the normiilized differential conductance, which is proportional to the density of electronic states, for two kinds of nanotubes.

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