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Single electron pumping through a quantum dot-embedded carbon nanotube using surface acoustic wave
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10.1063/1.3532852
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FIG. 1.

(a) (Top) CNT transistor was fabricated in the middle of the device and two IDTs 2.5 mm away from the CNT transistor. (Left bottom) IDT with . (Right bottom) SEM image of a CNT transistor with a side gate denoted as G with channel length . (b) Current as a function of gate voltage for bias voltage of . I and II denote each region representing “small” charging energy and “large” charging energy for embedded QDs in a CNT, respectively. (c) density plot as a function of bias voltage and gate voltage for belonging to region I. The brighter region represents higher conductance.

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FIG. 2.

(a) Current density plot as a function of rf-power applied to an IDT and gate voltages. (b) SAW-induced current (dotted line and dashed line for 0 and −5 dB m, respectively) and CBO without rf injection (solid line). denotes the shift of conductance peak in gate voltages. (c) Trace of conductance peaks (open square) and conductance dips (solid square) as a function of normalized SAW amplitudes and gate voltages.

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FIG. 3.

SAW-induced current as a function of for various rf-powers applied to transducers. The rf-powers were varied from 5 to 12 dB m by a 0.5 dB m step, and the frequency was set to a resonance frequency of . The dotted line represents where 1/3 corresponds to the duty-cycle of the pulse modulated rf signal. The inset shows the CB oscillation curve without rf-power. The arrow denotes the Coulomb blockade region where the SAW-induced single electron pumping has been observed.

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2010-12-29
2014-04-17
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Scitation: Single electron pumping through a quantum dot-embedded carbon nanotube using surface acoustic wave
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/97/26/10.1063/1.3532852
10.1063/1.3532852
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