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Kinking effects and transport properties of coaxial BN-C nanotubes as revealed by in situ transmission electron microscopy and theoretical analysis

Zhou X., Kvashnin D.G., Xue Y., Tang D., Cretu O., Mitome M., Bando Y., Sorokin P.B., Sasaki T., Golberg D.
Тип документаJournal Article
Дата публикации2019-10-01
Название журналаAPL Materials
ИздательAmerican Institute of Physics
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Импакт-фактор 20216.64
ISSN2166532X
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The insights into transport behavior and the effects of bending on heterostructures constructed from boron nitride (BN) and carbon (C) nanotubes are important for their flexible device applications because the two systems have equally excellent mechanical but completely different electrical properties. In this work, coaxial BN–C nanotubes have been fabricated and their intrinsic transport properties, as well as structural and electrical response to bending deformation, are studied inside a high-resolution transmission electron microscope. Ballistic, diffusive, and hopping transports within different tube length ranges have been observed. When bending deformation was applied to the tubes, although severe kinking becomes apparent, their transport properties are not notably affected. Meanwhile, both theoretical and experimental analyses confirm that the kink positions depend on the ratio of tube diameter to its length. Possible formation of quantum dots, directly within the kink areas, was predicted through calculations of electron density redistribution between nanotube walls at bending.The insights into transport behavior and the effects of bending on heterostructures constructed from boron nitride (BN) and carbon (C) nanotubes are important for their flexible device applications because the two systems have equally excellent mechanical but completely different electrical properties. In this work, coaxial BN–C nanotubes have been fabricated and their intrinsic transport properties, as well as structural and electrical response to bending deformation, are studied inside a high-resolution transmission electron microscope. Ballistic, diffusive, and hopping transports within different tube length ranges have been observed. When bending deformation was applied to the tubes, although severe kinking becomes apparent, their transport properties are not notably affected. Meanwhile, both theoretical and experimental analyses confirm that the kink positions depend on the ratio of tube diameter to its length. Possible formation of quantum dots, directly within the kink areas, was predicted through ...
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1. Zhou X. и др. Kinking effects and transport properties of coaxial BN-C nanotubes as revealed by in situ transmission electron microscopy and theoretical analysis // APL Materials. 2019. Т. 7. № 10. С. 101118.
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TY - JOUR

DO - 10.1063/1.5125170

UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.5125170

TI - Kinking effects and transport properties of coaxial BN-C nanotubes as revealed by in situ transmission electron microscopy and theoretical analysis

T2 - APL Materials

AU - Zhou, Xin

AU - Kvashnin, Dmitry G.

AU - Xue, Yanming

AU - Tang, Dai-Ming

AU - Cretu, Ovidiu

AU - Mitome, Masanori

AU - Bando, Yoshio

AU - Sorokin, Pavel B.

AU - Sasaki, Takayoshi

AU - Golberg, Dmitri

PY - 2019

DA - 2019/10/01

PB - AIP Publishing

SP - 101118

IS - 10

VL - 7

SN - 2166-532X

ER -

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@article{2019,

doi = {10.1063/1.5125170},

url = {https://doi.org/10.1063%2F1.5125170},

year = 2019,

month = {oct},

publisher = {{AIP} Publishing},

volume = {7},

number = {10},

pages = {101118},

author = {Xin Zhou and Dmitry G. Kvashnin and Yanming Xue and Dai-Ming Tang and Ovidiu Cretu and Masanori Mitome and Yoshio Bando and Pavel B. Sorokin and Takayoshi Sasaki and Dmitri Golberg},

title = {Kinking effects and transport properties of coaxial {BN}-C nanotubes as revealed by in situ transmission electron microscopy and theoretical analysis}

}

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Zhou, Xin et al. “Kinking Effects and Transport Properties of Coaxial BN-C Nanotubes as Revealed by in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy and Theoretical Analysis.” APL Materials 7.10 (2019): 101118. Crossref. Web.