Introduction to Nanoelectronic Single-Electron Circuit by Jaap Hoekstra

By Jaap Hoekstra

Today, the techniques of single-electron tunneling (SET) are used to appreciate and version single-atom and single-molecule nanoelectronics. The features of nanoelectronic units, specifically SET transistors, may be understood at the foundation of the physics of nanoelectronic units and circuit versions. A circuit concept procedure is important for contemplating attainable integration with present microelectronic circuitry. to give an explanation for the houses and chances of SET units, this e-book follows an method of modeling those units utilizing digital circuit thought. All versions and an identical circuits are derived from the 1st ideas of circuit idea. in line with power conservation, the circuit version of SET is an impulsive present resource, and modeling distinguishes among bounded and unbounded currents. The Coulomb blockade is defined as a estate of a unmarried junction. additionally, this variation differs from the former one through elaborating at the part on spice simulations and offering a spice simulation at the SET electron field circuit, together with the spice netlist. additionally, an entire, new facts of the two-capacitor challenge in circuit idea is gifted; the significance of this evidence in realizing power conservation in SET circuits can't be underestimated. This e-book should be very invaluable for complex undergraduate- and graduate-level scholars of electric engineering and nanoelectronics and researchers in nanotechnology, nanoelectronic equipment physics, and desktop science.

Only e-book modeling either single-electron tunneling and lots of electron tunneling from the issues of view of electronics; ranging from experiments, through a physics description, practising a circuit description; and in line with strength conservation, in electric circuits, constructing the impulse circuit version for single-electron tunneling.

Show description

Read Online or Download Introduction to Nanoelectronic Single-Electron Circuit Design PDF

Best nanostructures books

Electrochemical Techniques in Corrosion Science and Engineering

Compiles experimental techniques from greater than a decade after all lectures and laboratory paintings to foretell the functionality of fabrics and corrosion mitigation suggestions and check the accuracy of corrosion tracking ideas.

Semiclassical Approach to Mesoscopic Systems: Classical Trajectory Correlations and Wave Interference

This quantity describes mesoscopic platforms with classically chaotic dynamics utilizing semiclassical equipment which mix parts of classical dynamics and quantum interference results. Experiments and numerical experiences exhibit that Random Matrix conception (RMT) explains actual houses of those structures good.

Stress-Corrosion Cracking. Materials Performance and Evaluation

Contents comprise: entire insurance of SCC for quite a few fabrics and SCC in numerous environments: carbon and low-alloy steels high-strength steels stainless steels nickel-base alloys copper alloys aluminum alloys magnesium alloys titanium alloys zirconium alloys uranium alloys amorphous alloys glasses and ceramics weldments in boiling water reactor provider

Extra info for Introduction to Nanoelectronic Single-Electron Circuit Design

Example text

To analyze energy in the network of Fig. 14, we determine v(t), i (t), the energy stored on the capacitor wse , and the total energy delivered by the (voltage) source ws . 14 Network to describe the charging of a capacitor with a finite current (bounded current) without a resistor. August 5, 2016 12:21 PSP Book - 9in x 6in Jaap-nanobook Energy in Simple Capacitor Circuits 25 08:36 23 October 2016 relation v = C −1 q. Knowing the voltage as a function of time ⎧ for t < 0 ⎨0 v(t) = (Vs / t)t for 0 ≤ t ≤ t ⎩ for t > t Vs we can easily find the current in the circuit using dv(t) i (t) = C dt ⎧ for t < 0 ⎨0 i (t) = C Vs / t for 0 ≤ t ≤ t ⎩ 0 for t > t.

2) The impurity atoms maintaining the space charge are immobile in the temperature range of interest. If we apply an external voltage that increases the voltage across the junction, it also increases the electric field; we do not expect that under these conditions a significant current will flow. If we, however, reduce the voltage, there will be a large current as holes and free electrons flow into opposite regions. In the former case, the junction is said to be reverse biased and forward biased in the latter case.

The energy delivered by the source in the interval 0 < t < t can be found as t t C Vs2 ws = i vdt = tdt 2 t 0 0 1 1 C Vs2 2 t = C Vs2 . = 2 t2 2 We notice that energy is conserved in this network. To go back to our original challenge, the energy description in the capacitor circuit of Fig. 13 in the limit R = 0, consider the limit t ↓ 0 (see Figs. 16). We can easily perform the calculations and find that also in this case the amount of energy delivered by the source is ws = 1/2(C Vs2 ). That is, energy is conserved and there is no need for the introduction of energy loss by radiation.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.74 of 5 – based on 11 votes