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Chemical Sensors: Simulation and Modeling Volume 3: Solid-State Devices by Ghenadii Korotcenkov

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CHAPTER 7

HIERARCHICAL SIMULATION OF CARBON NANOTUBE ARRAY–BASED CHEMICAL SENSORS WITH ACOUSTIC PICKUP

V. Barkaline

A. Chashynski

1. INTRODUCTION

Current scientific and technological progress is usually understood in terms of close links to the development of nanotechnology, the subject of which includes structures, processes, and functions based on materials with properties defined on spatial scales of 1–100 nm. Nanostructured substances may contain carbon nanotubes, fullerenes and fullerites, graphene sheets, dendrites, ceramics, zeolites, polymers and liquid crystals, and metal and semiconductor nanostructures such as quantum dots, quantum walls, and quantum wires. These components may be in various phase states or surface intermediate states ...

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