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Quantum Nanoelectronics. An Introduction to Electronic Nanotechnology and Quantum Computing

  • ID: 2180269
  • Book
  • March 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 472 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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′Quantum Nanoelectronics′ is the first textbook to handle important growth areas not covered in existing books, including adiabatic quantum computing, nanoelectronic aspects of ink–printed thin film solar cells, nanostructured electrodes, solar water splitting, and convenient hydrogen storage, thereby suggesting profitable new directions for nanoelectronic technology. Expanded tutorial coverage is provided for aspects of molecular electronics, from the basics of electronic conduction through chemical bonds to a sixteen–bit computing device as shown in the cover illustration. The interested reader, either a student or a professional interested in a new career direction, is encouraged to use simple theoretical models and to return to the entrepreneurial approach of the pioneers in the Moore′s Law revolution.

Cover graphics: Anirban Bandyopadhyay
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1 Introduction and Review of Electronic Technology

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2 From Electronics to Nanoelectronics: particles, waves and Schrodinger Equation

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3 Quantum Description of atoms and molecules

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4 Quantum Description of metals, semiconductors, junction devices

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5 Some newer building blocks for nanoelectronic devices

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6 Fabrication and Characterization Methods for nanoelectronics

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7 The field effect transistor FET: size limits and alternative forms

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8 Devices based on electron tunneling, resonant tunnel diodes

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9 Single electron transistors, molecular electronics, hybrid electronics

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10 Devices based on electron spin and ferromagnetism

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11 Qubits vs. binary bits in a Quantum Computer

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12 Applications of nanoelectronic technology to energy issues

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13 Summary and brief comment on the future of nanoelectronic technics

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Edward L. Wolf
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