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Advances in condensed matter and materials research. Volume 10 / Hans Geelvinck and Sjaak Reynst, editors.

Contributor(s): Geelvinck, Hans | Reynst, SjaakMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science, ©2011. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 412 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781620810910; 1620810913Subject(s): Condensed matter | SCIENCE -- Physics -- Condensed Matter | Condensed matterGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. DDC classification: 530.41 LOC classification: QC173.456 | A25435 2011ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
ADVANCES IN CONDENSED MATTER AND MATERIALS RESEARCH ; ADVANCES IN CONDENSED MATTER AND MATERIALS RESEARCH ; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; FIELD ELECTRON EMISSION THEORY AND ITS NEW DEVELOPMENT ; ABSTRACT ; I. INTRODUCTION ; II. BASIC CONCEPTS OF FIELD EMISSION AND FOWLER-NORDHEIM THEORY ; 2.1. Basic Concepts and Aims of Field Electron Emission ; 2.2. Fowler-Nordheim Field Emission Theory; 2.3. Richardson-Schottky Thermionic Emission Theory ; III. NEW PHENOMENA AND CHALLENGING PROBLEMS FOR NANO-SCALE MATERIALS ; 3.1. New Phenomena in Carbon Nanotube Field Emission.
3.2. Challenging Problems and Physical Thought VI. NEW DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION OF FIELD EMISSION ; 4.1. General Theoretical Strategy on Field Emission of Nano-Scale Materials ; 4.2. Basic Concepts of Carbon Nanotubes ; 4.3. Theory of Carbon Nanotube Field Emission ; 4.4. Theory of Carbon Nanotube Thermionic Emission ; 4.5. Theory of Luttinger Liquid Field Emission ; 4.6. General Empirical Theory of Field Emission ; 4.7. General Empirical Theory of Thermionic Emission ; VII. NEW DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION OF FIELD EMISSION ; 5.1. Basic Idea on Computer Simulation.
5.2. The Tight-Binding Approach 5.2.1. Computational Framework ; 5.2.2. Current-Voltage Characteristic ; 5.2.3. Chiral Effect ; 5.2.4. Size Effect ; 5.2.5. Aharovon-Bohm Effect and Quantum Phase Transition ; 5.2.6. Semiconductor-Metal Phase Transition Induced by Interlayer Coupling ; 5.2.7. Field Emission Energy Distribution ; 5.2.8. Maximum Emission Current Density of Carbon Nanotubes; 5.3. The First-Principle Methods ; 5.3.1. The Multi-Scale Technique ; 5.3.2. Field Penetration Effect and Field Enhancement Factor ; 5.4. Lippman-Schwinger Scattering Formalism.
5.5. ab-initio Tight-Binding Method and Density Function Approximation 5.6. Cap and Doping Effects; 5.7. Electron Emission Mechanism ; VIII. SPIN POLARIZED FIELD EMISSION ; 6.1. Spin Polarized Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes ; 6.2. Spin Polarization of Emission Current ; 6.2. Spin Polarized Emission Energy Spectrum ; 6.3. Spin Polarized Emission Current Versus Temperature; 6.4. Basic Physical Factors of the Spin-Polarized Field Emission ; VII. DISCUSSION AND PERSPECTIVE ; CONCLUSION ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES.
ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRID PROTON EXCHANGE MEMBRANE ELECTROLYTES FOR MEDIUM TEMPERATURE (100 -- 200 0C) NON-HUMIDIFIED H2/O2 FUEL CELLS ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ; 2.1. Preparation of Hybrid Membranes ; 2.2. Characterization of Membranes ; 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION ; CONCLUSIONS ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES ; SUPPORTING INFORMATION ; REFERENCES ; PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT FORM FACTORS OF THE EMPIRICAL PSEUDOPOTENTIAL METHOD FOR THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF NANOMATERIALS ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 2. THE EMPIRICAL PSEUDOPOTENTIAL METHOD.
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ADVANCES IN CONDENSED MATTER AND MATERIALS RESEARCH ; ADVANCES IN CONDENSED MATTER AND MATERIALS RESEARCH ; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; FIELD ELECTRON EMISSION THEORY AND ITS NEW DEVELOPMENT ; ABSTRACT ; I. INTRODUCTION ; II. BASIC CONCEPTS OF FIELD EMISSION AND FOWLER-NORDHEIM THEORY ; 2.1. Basic Concepts and Aims of Field Electron Emission ; 2.2. Fowler-Nordheim Field Emission Theory; 2.3. Richardson-Schottky Thermionic Emission Theory ; III. NEW PHENOMENA AND CHALLENGING PROBLEMS FOR NANO-SCALE MATERIALS ; 3.1. New Phenomena in Carbon Nanotube Field Emission.

3.2. Challenging Problems and Physical Thought VI. NEW DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION OF FIELD EMISSION ; 4.1. General Theoretical Strategy on Field Emission of Nano-Scale Materials ; 4.2. Basic Concepts of Carbon Nanotubes ; 4.3. Theory of Carbon Nanotube Field Emission ; 4.4. Theory of Carbon Nanotube Thermionic Emission ; 4.5. Theory of Luttinger Liquid Field Emission ; 4.6. General Empirical Theory of Field Emission ; 4.7. General Empirical Theory of Thermionic Emission ; VII. NEW DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION OF FIELD EMISSION ; 5.1. Basic Idea on Computer Simulation.

5.2. The Tight-Binding Approach 5.2.1. Computational Framework ; 5.2.2. Current-Voltage Characteristic ; 5.2.3. Chiral Effect ; 5.2.4. Size Effect ; 5.2.5. Aharovon-Bohm Effect and Quantum Phase Transition ; 5.2.6. Semiconductor-Metal Phase Transition Induced by Interlayer Coupling ; 5.2.7. Field Emission Energy Distribution ; 5.2.8. Maximum Emission Current Density of Carbon Nanotubes; 5.3. The First-Principle Methods ; 5.3.1. The Multi-Scale Technique ; 5.3.2. Field Penetration Effect and Field Enhancement Factor ; 5.4. Lippman-Schwinger Scattering Formalism.

5.5. ab-initio Tight-Binding Method and Density Function Approximation 5.6. Cap and Doping Effects; 5.7. Electron Emission Mechanism ; VIII. SPIN POLARIZED FIELD EMISSION ; 6.1. Spin Polarized Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes ; 6.2. Spin Polarization of Emission Current ; 6.2. Spin Polarized Emission Energy Spectrum ; 6.3. Spin Polarized Emission Current Versus Temperature; 6.4. Basic Physical Factors of the Spin-Polarized Field Emission ; VII. DISCUSSION AND PERSPECTIVE ; CONCLUSION ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES.

ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRID PROTON EXCHANGE MEMBRANE ELECTROLYTES FOR MEDIUM TEMPERATURE (100 -- 200 0C) NON-HUMIDIFIED H2/O2 FUEL CELLS ABSTRACT ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ; 2.1. Preparation of Hybrid Membranes ; 2.2. Characterization of Membranes ; 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION ; CONCLUSIONS ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; REFERENCES ; SUPPORTING INFORMATION ; REFERENCES ; PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT FORM FACTORS OF THE EMPIRICAL PSEUDOPOTENTIAL METHOD FOR THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF NANOMATERIALS ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 2. THE EMPIRICAL PSEUDOPOTENTIAL METHOD.

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