Nonlinear Dynamics of Nanosystems

  • ID: 1198652
  • Book
  • 475 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Nanotechnology has developed rapidly in recent years, making it possible to engineer mechanical, optical or electronic devices that are the size of a few hundred atomic diameters.

The equations of motion of such nanoscopic systems are generically nonlinear, and they frequently operate in a regime where a linear approximation is not justified. The understanding of nonlinear dynamical processes in nanosystems is a new field of research of considerable technological importance.

This book give introductions to crucial fields of nonlinear dynamics of nano–systems. The topics cover a wide range of current research in this field.

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Part 1: Fluctuations

Part 2: Surface Effects

Part 3: Nanoelectromechanics

Part 4: Nanoelectronics

Part 5: Optic–electronic Coupling

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Günter Radons
Benno Rumpf
Heinz Georg Schuster
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