Demand for nanodevices is growing so it is necessary to improve their performance, which can be changed by changes in supply, energy levels or conformation. Hence the need to evaluate the three current driving methods: doping by electro-chemicals, doping by pendant joints and doping by annealed sources.
A new paper published in The European Physical Journal B written by Zainelabideen Yousif Mijbil, from the University of Science, Al-Qasim Green University, Al-Qasim Town, Babylon Province, Iraq, intends to first design and organize nano-device manufacturing methods according to their conclusion and validation of the fact that there is a hierarchy of power.
Mijbil explained how to carry out a large -scale conceptual analysis of the power transfer of annealed heteromotifs, pendant, and analyte heteromotifs on the electrical properties of single benzene, naphthalene, and anthracene host molecules by showing two new insights.
First, the researcher presented a hierarchy where the pendant type was first selected. This method attaches an external moiety, also known as a pendant, to a molecule with bands attached to convert a hydrogen atom, fills the broken bonds, or simply attaches to the molecule.
The next in the hierarchy is the doping anneal method, which Mijbil explains that converts one or more cells with a heteromotive or annealed base such as pyridine, i.e. benzene with an atom. nitrogen annealed.
The type with the lowest transfer rate is the analyte type, the electrochemical gating of the company by surrounding it with solutions that improve the gating base.
Mijbil adds, the second important finding of the paper is the presentation of the process as molecular deformation, with high molecular deformation leading to high transfer.
The author believes that these effects are important in the construction of molecular logic circuits by improving the impossibility of mixing the output voltage. This, Mijbil adds, will allow for low -cost use and can add the ability to develop rapid conversion.
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Zainelabideen Yousif Mijbil, molecular transfer: annealed, pendant, and analyte cases, The European Physical Journal B (2022). DOI: 10.1140 / epjb / s10051-022-00305-0
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