Carbon Nanotubes for Coherent Spintronics

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Carbon Nanotubes for Coherent Spintronics

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Title: Carbon Nanotubes for Coherent Spintronics
Author: Kuemmeth, Ferdinand; Churchill, Hugh Olen Hill; Herring, Patrick Kenichi; Marcus, Charles Masamed

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Citation: Kuemmeth, Ferdinand, Hugh O. H. Churchill, Patrick K. Herring and Charles M. Marcus. 2010. Carbon nanotubes for coherent spintronics. Materials Today 13(3): 18-26.
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Abstract: Carbon nanotubes bridge the molecular and crystalline quantum worlds, and their extraordinary electronic, mechanical and optical properties have attracted enormous attention from a broad scientific community. We review the basic principles of fabricating spin-electronic devices based on individual, electrically-gated carbon nanotubes, and present experimental efforts to understand their electronic and nuclear spin degrees of freedom, which in the future may enable quantum applications.
Published Version: doi:10.1016/S1369-7021(10)70030-4
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