“Textured” Network Devices: Overcoming Fundamental Limitations of Nanotube/Nanowire Network-Based Devices

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  • This work was supported by the Tera-level Nano-devices program and National Research Laboratory program (R0A-2004-000-10438-0) of the KOSEF. M.N. and Y.K.K. acknowledge support in part from UML NCOE, NSF NSEC-CHN (NSF-0425806), and NSF (CMMI-0708541). This work used resources of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, which is supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy (DE-AC02-05CH11231). M.S. acknowledges support from Seoul R&BD Program (10550). S.H. acknowledges the support from the System 2010 program of the MKE and the WCU program from KOSEF.

Abstract

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Textured network devices are proposed as a solution to the fundamental problems of nanotube/nanowire network-based devices (see image). Significantly, both experiment and simulation show that “textured” network channels have enhanced mobility and conductivity with reduced channel width, which makes this strategy ideal for nanoscale device applications.

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