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Field Effect Transistor Anomalous Correlations in Odd-Even Chain Parity

Version 1 : Received: 25 March 2019 / Approved: 27 March 2019 / Online: 27 March 2019 (08:41:38 CET)

How to cite: J. da C. Cunha, J.; S. Costa, M.; T. M. Beirão, A.; A. B. da Silva Jr, C.; S. da Silva, S.; Del Nero, J. Field Effect Transistor Anomalous Correlations in Odd-Even Chain Parity. Preprints 2019, 2019030247 J. da C. Cunha, J.; S. Costa, M.; T. M. Beirão, A.; A. B. da Silva Jr, C.; S. da Silva, S.; Del Nero, J. Field Effect Transistor Anomalous Correlations in Odd-Even Chain Parity. Preprints 2019, 2019030247

Abstract

The electronic transport stability in nanodevices composed by metal/trans-polyacetylene /metal with different long length has contributed greatly for performance, homogeneity, stability, organization of the chains, reproducibility and higher conductivity. In this paper, we present an analytical study of the electronic transport characteristics from dimerized trans-polyacetylene (trans-PA) molecules containing an odd-even number of sites coupled to metal leads (left and right) in T-shaped geometry using the extended Su-Schrieffer-Heeger (SSH) model based on tight-binding Hamiltonian with the Non-Equilibrium Green´s Function (NEGF) via Heisenberg´s equation of motion and the Keldysh´s formalism. Due to the complexity of the T-shaped odd-even chain, our proposal was to test the effects on the finite-length network for three, four, five sites and furthermore foresee for 17-sites. We show how to tune dimerization strength () coupling to the parameters and T-shaped geometry of the device to which it affects the overlap integral localized at the three endpoints of the T-shaped system, making both the odd and even chains to undergo a metal-insulator transition in their electronic behavior. The results reached through control parity of the chain plane of the parameters governing () the electronic and experimental tunneling allow a better understanding of the subject.

Subject Areas

Anomalous; correlations; trans-PA; electronic transport; FET

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