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Control of Single-Hole Transition in Carbon Nanotube Transistor with Quantum Dot in Gate Insulator at Room Temperature

By Takafumi Kamimura, Yutaka Hayashi and Kazuhiko Matsumoto

Submitted: March 22nd 2012Reviewed: July 26th 2012Published: February 27th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/51884

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Takafumi Kamimura, Yutaka Hayashi and Kazuhiko Matsumoto (February 27th 2013). Control of Single-Hole Transition in Carbon Nanotube Transistor with Quantum Dot in Gate Insulator at Room Temperature, Physical and Chemical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Satoru Suzuki, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51884. Available from:

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