“Molecular, Mesoscale and Macroscopic Dynamics: Quantum Theory in Molecular Computation”
William A. Goddard, III, PhD, Director of CalTech’s Materials & Process Simulation Center
Mechanically bonded macromolecules
Carbon based materials
Not may options below 30 nm of placement accuracy
Self assembly on a DNA template
DNA structure and CNT-DNA linker
Currently assembling with over 100 nm placement accuracy
Goddard working towards 3nm placement accuracy
DNA spacers 60 bp 22nm
DNA spacers 7 bp 2.9 nm
headed to placing DNA alignment with lithography
two atoms per cell and 2 bands pi orbitals, half filled
Klein paradox cannot trap graphene electrons
Light trapping in Metamaterials
Applying this to graphene to make transistors and controlled optics
Goos Hanchen effect for graphene transistors
Electronic waveguide. Triangular and periodic waveguides
42% transmittance but better than 10% of Kang Wang bar transistor
and can get to 99.2% gate modulation
MPUR gate length
Low energy electron enhanced etching, 50 times better etchings from 2nm surface damage
Damage free ani..
Describe interfaces between materials and excited phases with quantum mechanics
Hartree product EFF the electron force field
LE4 works via Auger disassociation processes (ionize SP2)
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