Nanosilicon - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080445281, 9780080549514

Nanosilicon

1st Edition

Editors: Vijay Kumar
Authors: Vijay Kumar
eBook ISBN: 9780080549514
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080445281
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 20th August 2007
Page Count: 388
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Description

Properties of nanosilicon in the form of nanoparticles, nanowires, nanotubes, and as porous material are of great interest. They can be used in finding suitable components for future miniature devices, and for the more exciting possibilities of novel optoelectronic applications due to bright luminescence from porous silicon, nanoparticles and nanowires. New findings from research into metal encapsulated clusters, silicon fullerenes and nanotubes have opened up a new paradigm in nanosilicon research and this could lead to large scale production of nanoparticles with control on size and shape as well as novel quasi one-dimensional structures. There are possibilities of using silicon as an optical material and in the development of a silicon laser.

In Nanosilicon, leading experts cover state-of-the-art experimental and theoretical advances in the different forms of nanosilicon. Furthermore, applications of nanosilicon to single electron transistors, as photonic material, chemical and biological sensors at molecular scale, and silicon nanowire devices are also discussed. Self-assemblies of silicon nanoforms are important for applications. These developments are also related to cage structures of silicon in clathrates. With an interesting focus on the bottlenecks in the advancement of silicon based technology, this book provides a much-needed overview of the current state of understanding of nanosilicon research.

Key Features

  • Latest developments in nanoparticles, nanowires and nanotubes of silicon
  • Focus on nanosilicon - a very timely subject attracting large interest
  • Novel chapters on metal encapsulated silicon clusters and nanotubes

Readership

For researchers in physics, chemistry, materials science, biology, electrical engineering, photonics, nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Table of Contents

  1. Silicon Nanoparticles: New photonic and electronic material at the transition between solid and molecule (M.H. Nayfeh and L. Mitas)
  2. Cluster Assembled Silicon Networks (P. Melinon, X. Blase, A. San Miguel and A. Perez)
  3. Metal Encapsulated Clusters of Silicon - Silicon fullerenes and other caged polyhedral forms (V. Kumar)
  4. Porous Silicon - Sensors and future applications (S. Lewis and J. Gole)
  5. Silicon Nanowires and Nanowire Heterostructures (Z. Zhong, C. Yang and C.M. Lieber)
  6. Theoretical Advances in the Electronic and Atomic Structures of Silicon Nanotubes and Nanowires (A.K. Singh, V. Kumar and Y. Kawazoe)
  7. Phonons in Silicon Nanowires (H. Gutierrez, K. Adu and P.C. Eklund)
  8. Quasi-One-Dimensional Silicon Nanostructures (Y. Lin, N. Gonzalez Szwacki and B.I. Yakobson)
  9. Low Dimensional Silicon as a Photonic Material (N. Daldosso and L. Pavesi)
  10. Nanosilicon Single-Electron Transistors and Memory (Z.A.K. Durrani and H. Ahmed)

Details

No. of pages:
388
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 2008
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780080549514
Hardcover ISBN:
9780080445281

About the Editor

Vijay Kumar

Vijay Kumar has made outstanding contributions to the field of nanosilicon including the finding of silicon fullerenes and nanotubes. He has done extensive research on clusters of a variety of materials and in other areas of condensed matter. He was Chairman of Subject Group "Computer Aided Design of Materials" in MRS India and has held senior positions in India, Europe and Japan.

Affiliations and Expertise

Vijay Kumar Foundation, Chennai, India

About the Author

Vijay Kumar

Vijay Kumar has made outstanding contributions to the field of nanosilicon including the finding of silicon fullerenes and nanotubes. He has done extensive research on clusters of a variety of materials and in other areas of condensed matter. He was Chairman of Subject Group "Computer Aided Design of Materials" in MRS India and has held senior positions in India, Europe and Japan.

Affiliations and Expertise

Vijay Kumar Foundation, Chennai, India