By Johann Reithmaier, Plamen Petkov, Wilhelm Kulisch, Cyril Popov
This publication is predicated at the lectures and contributions of the NATO complex learn Institute on “Nanostructured fabrics for complex Technological purposes” held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, 1-13 June, 2008. It offers a huge evaluation in this subject, because it combines easy theoretical articles, papers facing experimental thoughts, and contributions on complex and updated functions in fields resembling electrochemistry, optoelectronics, facts garage, sensor strategy, and biotechnology. additionally, it offers an interdisciplinary technique because the authors got here from assorted fields reminiscent of physics, chemistry, engineering, fabrics technology and biology. a few emphasize is given to the fields of nanostructured/nanoscaled skinny movies and nanocomposites, back stretching from easy theoretical over experimental (including either, fabrication and characterization) to program orientated themes. a huge benefit of the ebook, which represents the data of specialists from 19 international locations, is the mix of longer papers introducing the fundamental wisdom on a definite subject, and short contributions highlighting exact equipment and purposes.
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Here, computer-based numerical modelling has proved particularly effective. In addition to allowing checks to be made concerning the underlying assumptions, it can provide valuable new insights into the details of the transport processes etc. In this paper, we employ such a technique to examine hopping (quantum mechanical tunnelling) transport in the low-temperature “variable range” transport regime. This allows us to illustrate the major inconsistencies that arise from the application of Mott’s “T − 1/4 ” model,1 and also to demonstrate that these are eliminated via the use of a simple new analytical procedure.
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Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Technological Applications (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics) by Johann Reithmaier, Plamen Petkov, Wilhelm Kulisch, Cyril Popov