XXXV Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics 26.06-2.07.2016

Jan Smotlacha

Electronic properties of carbon nanostructures

The carbon nanostructures are in central point of view of todays physics. They have extraordinary electronic properties and it makes them possible candidates for future materials. The basic structure is graphene - the hexagonal plane lattice from which other kinds are derived by placing the topological defects or by cutting isolated parts from graphene. Among others, we can in this way get not only fullerene, but also nanocones, nanoribbons etc. We introduce the electronic properties of nanoribbon structures with reconstructed edges and under the influence of magnetic field.

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