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Geometric effects in the electronic transport of deformed nanotubes
Santos F., Fumeron S., Berche B., Moraes F.
Nanotechnology 27 (2016) 135302
DOI : 10.1088/0957-4484/27/13/135302
ArXiv : arxiv:1601.01657 [PDF]

Quasi-two-dimensional systems may exibit curvature, which adds three-dimensional influence to their internal properties. As shown by da Costa \cite{dacosta}, charged particles moving on a curved surface experience a curvature-dependent potential which greatly influence their dynamics. In this paper, we study the electronic ballistic transport in deformed nanotubes. The one-electron Schr\"odinger equation with open boundary conditions is solved numerically with a flexible MAPLE code made available as Supplementary Data. We find that the curvature of the deformations have indeed strong effects on the electron dynamics suggesting its use in the design of nanotube-based electronic devices.



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