Nanoelectronics Devices: Design, Materials, and Applications Part II

Novel Approach in Nanomaterial Synthesis for Nanoelectronics Devices

Author(s): Rinku Kumar*, Radhika Chauhan, Milan Singh and Deepak Gupta

Pp: 322-354 (33)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815179361123010013

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The field of electronic devices has become more significant during the past 40 years. However, the laws of quantum mechanics and the limitations of fabrication techniques have revolutionized modern technology. Many investigators in the field of electronic devices have found that nanotechnology has been used to improve electronic components and electronic research. Moreover, the devices with at least one overall dimension in the nanoscale are characterized in the category of nanodevices. These devices will impact modern society concerning computers, networking, medical services, defence, and surveillance systems. These devices will impact modern society in various applications such as computing, communications, health care, security, and environmental monitoring. Nanoelectronics aims to reduce the size, weight, and power consumption of electronic devices and displays while increasing their functionality. Device weight and power consumption are reduced as a result. To synthesize these devices, a suitable material is always needed. The nanotechnology industry is advancing steadily, and robust characterization and synthesis methods are available to manufacture nanomaterials with precise dimensions. Nanotechnology's influence on the development of nanoscale systems is sustainable and has begun to have a substantial positive impact. The rise of the nanodevice sector has been sparked by developments in nanomaterials, which are briefly covered in this chapter. We specifically outline and define several terms associated with nanomaterials. The top-down and bottom-up approaches to nanomaterial production, as well as other techniques, are reviewed. The chapter also highlights the distinctive properties of nanomaterials. Finally, we conclude by discussing the difficulties and prospects of using nanomaterials in the nanodevice sector.

Keywords: Electrospinning, Layered Structure, Nanomaterials, Nanodevices, Nanomaterials Carbon.

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