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Understanding the nanotechnology revolution / by Edward L. Wolf, Manasa Medikonda

Machine generated contents note:1.Discovery, Invention, and Science in Human Progress --1.1.Origins of Technology, the Need for Human Survival --1.2.Industrial Revolution: Watt's Steam Engine, Thermodynamics, Energy Sources --1.3.Short History of Time: Navigation, Longitudes, Clocks --1.4.Informatio... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 1679603566
Personen: Wolf, E. L.
Medikonda, Manasa
Format: eBook eBook
Language: English
Published: Chichester, John Wiley [distributor], 2012
Weinheim, Wiley-VCH, 2012
Subject Area (NLM): QT36.5
Subjects:

Nanotechnology

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: 1 Online-Ressource (1 online resource)
ISBN: 1-280-66317-0
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520 |a Machine generated contents note:1.Discovery, Invention, and Science in Human Progress --1.1.Origins of Technology, the Need for Human Survival --1.2.Industrial Revolution: Watt's Steam Engine, Thermodynamics, Energy Sources --1.3.Short History of Time: Navigation, Longitudes, Clocks --1.4.Information Revolution: Abacus to Computer Chips and Fiber Optics --1.5.Overlap and Accelerating Cascade of Technologies: GPS, Nuclear Submarines --1.6.Silicon and Biotechnologies: Carbon Dating, Artificial Intelligence --1.7.Nanotechnology: A Leading Edge of Technological Advance, a Bridge to the Future --1.8.How to Use This Book --References --2.Smaller Is More, Usually Better, and Sometimes Entirely New! --2.1.Nanometers, Micrometers, Millimeters-Visualizing a Nanometer --2.2.Moore's Law: from 30 Transistors to a Billion Transistors on One Chip and Cloud Computing --2.3.Miniaturization: Esaki's Tunneling Diode, 1-TB Magnetic Disk "Read" Heads --2.4.Accelerometers and Semiconductor Lasers --2.5.Nanophysics-Based Technology: Medical Imaging, Atomic Clock, Sensors, Quantum Computers --References --3.Systematics of Scaling Things Down: L = 1m [→] 1nm --3.1.One-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Scaling --3.2.Examples of Scaling: Clocks, Tuning Forks, Quartz Watches, Carbon Nanotubes --3.3.Scaling Relations Illustrated by Simple Circuit Elements --3.4.Viscous Forces for Small Particles in Fluid Media --3.5.What about Scaling Airplanes and Birds to Small Sizes--References --4.Biology as Successful Nanotechnology --4.1.Molecular Motors in Large Animals: Linear Motors and Rotary Motors --4.2.Information Technology in Biology Based on DNA --4.3.Sensors, Rods, Cones, and Nanoscale Magnets --4.4.Ion Channels: Nanotransistors of Biology --References --5.End of Scaling: The Lumpiness of All Matter in the Universe --5.1.Lumpiness of Macroscopic Matter below the 10-μm Scale --5.2.Hydrogen Atom of Bohr: A New Size Scale, Planck's Constant --5.3.Waves of Water, Light, Electron, and Their Diffractions --5.4.DeBroglie Matter Wavelength --5.5.Schrodinger's Equation --5.6.End of Scaling, the Substructure of the Universe --5.7.What Technologies Are Directly Based on These Fundamental Particles and Spin--Reference --6.Quantum Consequences for the Macroworld --6.1.Quantum Wells and Standing Waves --6.2.Probability Distributions and Uncertainty Principle --6.3.Double Well as Precursor of Molecule --6.4.Spherical Atom --6.5.Where Did the Nuclei Come From (Atoms Quickly Form around Them)--6.6."Strong Force" Binds Nuclei --6.7.Chemical Elements: Based on Nuclear Stability --6.8.Molecules and Crystals: Metals as Boxes of Free Electrons --References --7.Some Natural and Industrial Self-Assembled Nanostructures --7.1.Periodic Structures: A Simple Model for Electron Bands and Gaps --7.2.Engineering Electrical Conduction in Tetrahedrally Bonded Semiconductors --7.3.Quantum Dots --7.4.Carbon Nanotubes --7.5.C60 Buckyball --References --8.Injection Lasers and Billion-Transistor Chips --8.1.Semiconductor P-N Junction Lasers in the Internet --8.2.P-N Junction and Emission of Light at 1.24 μm --8.3.Field Effect Transistor --9.Scanning Tunneling Microscope and Scanning Tunneling Microscope Revolution --9.1.Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) as Prototype --9.2.Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and Magnetic Force Microscope (MFM) --9.3.SNOM: Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscope --10.Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Nanophysics of Spin 1/2 --10.1.Imaging the Protons in Water: Proton Spin 1/2, a Two-Level System --10.2.Magnetic Moments in a Milligram of Water: Polarization and Detection --10.3.Larmor Precession, Level Splitting at 1 T --10.4.Magnetic Resonance and Rabi Frequency --10.5.Schrodinger's Cat Realized in Proton Spins --10.6.Superconductivity as a Detection Scheme for Magnetic Resonance Imaging --10.7.Quantized Magnetic Flux in Closed Superconducting Loops --10.8.SQUID Detector of Magnetic Field Strength --SQUID-Based MRI Has Been Demonstrated --11.Nanophysics and Nanotechnology of High-Density Data Storage --11.1.Approaches to Terabyte Memory: Mechanical and Magnetic --11.2.Nanoelectromechanical "Millipede" Cantilever Array and Its Fabrication --11.3.Magnetic Hard Disk --Reference --12.Single-Electron Transistors and Molecular Electronics --12.1.What Could Possibly Replace the FET at the "End of Moore's Law"--12.2.Single-Electron Transistor (SET) --12.3.Single-Electron Transistor at Room Temperature Based on a Carbon Nanotube --12.4.Random Access Storage Based on Crossbar Arrays of Carbon Nanotubes --12.5.Molecular Computer! --References --13.Quantum Computers and Superconducting Computers --13.1.Increasing Energy Costs of Silicon Computing --13.2.Quantum Computing --13.3.Charge Qubit --13.4.Silicon-Based Quantum-Computer Qubits --13.5.Adiabatic Quantum Computation --Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) Using RSFQ Logic --13.6.Opportunity for Innovation in Large-Scale Computation --References --14.Looking into the Future --14.1.Ideas, People, and Technologies --14.2.Why the Molecular Assembler of Drexler: One Atom at a Time, Will Not Work --14.3.Man-Made Life: The Bacterium Invented by Craig Venter and Hamilton Smith --14.4.Future Energy Sources --14.5.Exponential Growth in Human Communication --14.6.Role of Nanotechnology --References. 
520 |a Front Matter -- Discovery, Invention, and Science in Human Progress -- Smaller Is More, Usually Better, and Sometimes Entirely New! -- Systematics of Scaling Things Down: = 1 m? 1 nm -- Biology as Successful Nanotechnology -- The End of Scaling: The Lumpiness of All Matter in the Universe -- Quantum Consequences for the Macroworld -- Some Natural and Industrial Self-Assembled Nanostructures -- Injection Lasers and Billion-Transistor Chips -- The Scanning Tunneling Microscope and Scanning Tunneling Microscope Revolution -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Nanophysics of Spin ư -- Nanophysics and Nanotechnology of High-Density Data Storage -- Single-Electron Transistors and Molecular Electronics -- Quantum Computers and Superconducting Computers -- Looking into the Future -- Notes -- Index. 
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