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- Tunneling into multiwalled carbon nanotubes: Coulomb blockade and the Fano resonance
- Yi, W.; Lu, L.; Hu, H.; Pan, Z. W.; Xie, S. S.
- Tunneling spectroscopy measurements of single tunnel junctions formed between multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) and a normal metal are reported. Intrinsic Coulomb interactions in the MWNTs give rise to a strong zero-bias suppression of a tunneling density of states that can be fitted numerically to the environmental quantum-fluctuation theory. An asymmetric conductance anomaly near zero bias is found at low temperatures and interpreted as Fano resonance in the strong tunneling regime.
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- Physical Review Letters, Vol. 91, no. 7 (Aug 2003), article no. 076801
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- 01 Mathematical Sciences; 02 Physical Sciences; 09 Engineering
- Carbon nanotubes; Coulomb blockade; Fano resonance; Multiwalled carbon nanotubes; MWNTs; Quantum theory; Resonance; Spectroscopic analysis; Tunnel junctions
- American Physical Society
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