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The carbon nanotube is an example of a quantum wire.

Radiation fields are changed by the methods to fabricate the quantum wires.

At these scales, quantum mechanical effects are important - which coined the term "quantum wires".

It can also refer to a lower-dimensional structure such as an array of quantum dots or quantum wires.

Currently, Albert Sacco's research is investigating the production of quantum wires using titanosilicates.

At these scales, quantum mechanical effects are important - hence such wires are also known as "'quantum wires'".

Quantum wires, which confine electrons or holes in two spatial dimensions and allow free propagation in the third.

They could then weave those atoms into anything from quantum wire and pentospheres to iron girders and bricks.

Quantum wires: One dimensional.

The nanotubes behave consequently as quantum wires and charge carriers are transmitted through discrete conduction channels.

Even less familiar are Carbon nanotubes, the quantum wire and Luttinger liquid with their 1-dimensional topologies.

Work is also being done in semiconductor nanostructures such as quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots.

Nano-channels can also be fabricated from the growth of carbon nanotubes (CNT) and quantum wires.

STM and nanolithography techniques were used to demonstrate that these nanotubes are quantum wires at the single-molecule level, with outstanding physical properties.

In condensed matter physics, a quantum wire is an electrically conducting wire in which quantum effects influence the transport properties.

Further improvements in the laser efficiency have also been demonstrated by reducing the quantum well layer to a quantum wire or to a "sea" of quantum dots.

At small temperatures, the scattering off these Friedel oscillations becomes so efficient that the effective strength of the impurity is renormalized to infinity, 'pinching off' the quantum wire.

It is concerned with nanostructures and thin films research, particularly the properties of quantum dots, quantum wells, quantum wires, and both bilayer and multilayer thin-film devices.

Molecular beam is useful for fabricating thin films in molecular beam epitaxy and artificial structures such as quantum wells, quantum wires, and quantum dots.

NASA invests $11 million over four years with Rice University to develop an experimental power cable (quantum wire) with 10 times better conductivity than copper at one-sixth the weight.

As he called the data up now, the older, inhuman parts of his mind awoke, and he traversed the entire tangle of synapse and quantum wire, comprehending its structure and purpose in an instant.

In current application, a quantum dot such as a small sphere confines in three dimensions, a quantum wire confines in two dimensions, and a quantum well confines only in one dimension.

Cuanticables: quantic wires simulations: scientists of the University of Buenos Aires use this application to study the degree to which the faults in the material of quantum wires has on their electric current.

In nanostructured materials, such as quantum wells, quantum wires, and quantum dots, the Coulomb-matrix element strongly deviates from the ideal two- and three-dimensional systems due to finite quantum confinement of electronic states.

For quantum wires, the DOS for certain energies actually becomes higher than the DOS for bulk semiconductors, and for quantum dots the electrons become quantized to certain energies.