Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistor

Introduction

 

Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor is known for developing new method to fabricate and produce highly conductive carbon nanotubes. These superconductors exhibit excellent electrical properties, extremely low electronic resistance of 2 Ω/kΔh & 0.2 ohm per square centimeter.

 

Benefits

Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor has several advantages:

·         Low Energy Consumption

·         High Electrical Resistance

·         Good Operating Temperature

·         Superior Optical Performance

 

It could also be used to produce higher density materials using advanced techniques as well for electronic structures such a glass or ceramic lattice with varying viscosity properties on top of crystalline structure.

 

Importance

Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor will greatly improve the applications for automobile sectors. Considering the construction for increased thermal conductivity in solar cells and enhanced efficiencies to a distance exceeding those achieved with convention carbon nanotube technology. The devices operating under this technology may have similar capabilities while providing better long term stability than any other topical approach currently available due primarily on its ability at greater cost per unit size compared only partially demonstrated recently when FDA approved Nano technology.


Types of Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor

The carbon nanotube technology is generally classified in many categories but it is mainly distributed in two types:

1.       Single Structure Carbon nanotubes

2.       Multiple Structure Carbon Nanotubes


Applications

 

·         Energy Storage Purpose

·         Understanding and manipulation of magnetic force

·         Drug transportation

·         Electrochemical projects

·         Electromagnetic devices

·         Metals and Alloys filling

·         Tissue Regeneration

·         Cancer Treatment

·         Aircraft Mitigation

Conclusions

Nanotube technology could aid various medical applications such as precision medicine that requires precise measuring of health outcomes within a small area; or advanced electronics for sensing changes resulting from environmental factors including temperature and humidity, lighting conditions – any time you need accurate information about something's exact state before doing something else - anything!