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The TMR is calculated from the relative difference in current between the P and AP spin configuration as in the [ ]. Prediction of very large values of magnetoresistance in a graphene nanoribbon device. The bias range from 0 to 2 V is considered.
Boron Nitride Nanotubes for Spintronics
Considering the experimental progress in recent years, it is expected that the spin filter proposal based on F-BNNT discussed above can be verified. Hence they respond differently to transverse electric field [ ]. For a semiconducting channel, the relative resistance between the P and AP configurations is known as tunnel magneto resistance TMR [ 49 ].
In this short review article, we discuss the most 1352 advances involving BNNTs in spintronics. Field emission and strain engineering of electronic properties in boron nitride nanotubes. Substitutional doping of BN nanotube by transition metal: Magnetism in different metal- free sp materials has been reported recently both theoretically and experimentally [ 4546 ]. Its existence was first predicted in [ 12 ].
Theoretical study of one-dimensional chains of metal atoms in nanotubes.
Boron Nitride Nanotubes for Spintronics
Coherent transport of electron spin in a ferromagnetically contacted carbon nanotube. Properties of Boron Nitride Nanotubes.
In the case of the V B state, the unpaired electron from the unsaturated N atom contributes to magnetism. 135992 chiral or the circumferential vector C in terms of two unit vectors a 1 and a 2 describes how to roll up the 2D hexagonal BN sheet to form a BN nanotube.
Boron adsorption induced magnetism in zigzag boron nitride nanotubes. A singe particle Green’s function approach ldy conjunction with density functional theory is used to calculate the spin polarized current. Defects modify the electronic structure and mechanical properties of the BNNTs. Optical evidence of Stark effect in single-walled carbon nanotube transistors.
Besides, F-BNNT has been shown to have high conductivity [ 25 ], which makes it an ideal candidate for a spin filter. Though the effect of the hyperfine interaction [ 47 ] arising from the interaction of nuclear and electronic spins cannot be ignored in spin dephasing, the weak spin-orbit interaction in BNNT provides an important advantage for its application in spintronics; the spin-orbit interactions [ 47 ] scale as Z 4where Z is the atomic number, so low Z materials like B and N have weaker spin-orbit interactions.
Hydrogen adsorption on zigzag 8, 0 boron nitride nanotubes. In principle, the channel or semi-infinite lead can be either magnetic 1392 non-magnetic. The partially filled bands near the Fermi-energy in the case of fluorinated BNNT have small dispersion as the fluorine atom acts as a shallow acceptor upon adsorption on BNNT.
However, spintronics in the BNNT is relatively a new concept. Recently, different types of aromatic molecules have been used to functionalize BNNTs non-covalently  for possible applications in field effect transistors; thus, adsorption of an electrophilic nucleophilic molecule on BNNTs le them p-type n-type semiconductors.
Fluorination-induced magnetism in lwy nitride nanotubes from ab initio calculations. Tuning the electronic and magnetic properties of boron nitride nanotubes.
As a result, they can be utilized for room temperature spintronic applications. Chemically Activated Boron Nitride Nanotubes.
Synthesis, characterization and theory. The purpose of this review is to highlight these recent progresses so that a concerted effort by both experimentalists and theorists can be carried out in the future to realize the true potential of BNNT-based spintronics.
Electronic and optical properties of boron nitride nanotubes.
They used the tip of a scanning tunneling microscope to apply transverse electric fields and study the influence of these electric fields on the electronic properties of Lley [ 22 ]. The large electronic band gap and the challenges involved in synthesizing BNNTs have been the sole cause for its slow progress.
Das Magnetische Moment des Silberatoms. In this scheme, a ferromagnetic channel is usually used between two non-magnetic electron source and drain [ 30]. Theoretical study on the encapsulation of Pd3-based transition metal clusters inside boron nitride nanotubes. A theoretical study of silicon-doped boron nitride nanotubes serving as a potential chemical sensor for hydrogen cyanide. From an application point of view, induced local magnetic moment alone is not enough for their lry in 135592 ferromagnetic spin ordering FM between the localized moments is essential.
In addition, various other molecules, such as CO [ ], H 2 [ ], isoniazid INH [ ], metalloporphyrins [ ], and 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene [ ], have also been explored for non-covalent functionalization oey BNNTs. Metal particle catalysed production of nanoscale BN structures.
National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Band structures are calculated by using density functional theory; the generalized gradient approximation GGA with the PW91 functional for the exchange-correlation is used. Here, we briefly review sp magnetism in boron nitride nanotubes. Electronic structure analysis shows that there is an asymmetry in the density of states between the spin up and spin down branches at the Fermi energy giving rise to magnetism in the F-BNNT with a net magnetic moment of 0.
Functionalization even reduces the work function of BNNTs significantly, which facilitates the field electron emission from the tube surface [ ].
leg Spintronics, which requires controlled transport of spin polarized carriers, has been explored in low dimensional materials such as organic molecules [ 47 — 53 ], graphene [ 5455 ], and CNTs [ 56 — 59 ].
Continuum Theory for Nanotube Piezoelectricity. In addition, like CNTs [ — ], BNNTs have also been explored as potential materials for hydrogen storage [ — ]; BN nanotubes have been demonstrated to retain 1. It has been reported that the metal-free fluorinated BNNT exhibits long range ferromagnetic spin ordering, which is stable at a temperature much higher than room temperature.