Carbon Nanotubes as Optical Quantum Wires
National Research Council - Institute for Microstructural Sciences
Wed. November 17, 2004 12:30 PM Stirling A|
The single walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) is probably the most perfect real-world example of a quantum wire. Such quantum wire structures, in addition to their fundamental interest, are thought to be promising for optoelectronic applications. Recent experiments by our group at IMS and others show that SWNTs can indeed be good light emitters. I will outline our methods and describe some of the luminescent properties recently uncovered in this emerging material system.
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