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Considerations on Gated CO 2 Adsorption Behavior in One-Dimensional Porous Coordination Polymers Based on Paddlewheel-Type Dimetal Complexes: What Determines Gate-Opening Temperatures?

Gated guest sorption has been observed with architecture transition at a temperature, which is often associated with an external pressure of the material and guest used. [Ru 2 4 ]. gated CO 2 adsorption activity was investigated in a one-dimensional chain based on a benzoate-bridged paddlewheel diruthenium complex with a phenazine linker [Ru 2 4 ]. Only 1 made a CO 2 -accessible two-dimensional topological pore in its CO 2 -adsorbed phase 1u2283CO 2, while the others reported one-dimensional or discrete topological pores for CO 2 accommodation, strongly revealing the degree of freedom of CO 2 molecules in pores, which is closely related to u0394 S G.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35916903


High-fidelity photonic quantum logic gate based on near-optimal Rydberg single-photon source.

Photon, therefore, is a natural candidate for constructing a large-scale modular optical quantum computer that operates at room temperature. However, low-fidelity two-photon quantum logic gates and their probabilistic nature result in a substantial funding gap for fault tolerant quantum computation. Following the detection of photons, we report the implementation of a linear-optical quantum logic gate with truth table fidelity of 99. 84% and entangling gate fidelity of 99. 69%. Our work opens the way for scalable photonic quantum applications based on near-optimal single-photon qubits and photon-photon gates.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35915059


Theoretical analysis and simulation calculation of hydrodynamic pressure pulsation effect and flow induced vibration response of radial gate structure

The initial pressure on the arc surface of the radial gate changes with the flow conditions, according to the results, with the maximum pressure appearing on the lower edge of the gate leaf at the lowest end. As the dynamic load for the flow-induced vibration analysis, a time-history curve of fluctuating water pressure at a point can be used as the dynamic load for the flow-induced vibration analysis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR523843


Gate-Defined Electron Interferometer in Bilayer Graphene.

In an encapsulated bilayer graphene, we demonstrate an electron interferometer restricted solely by electrostatic gating. From the investigation of the temperature and magnetic field dependence of the oscillations, the coherence lengths are longer than the ring perimeter and semiclassical trajectory of the carrier and a semiclassical trajectory of the carrier are determined. Our gate-defined ring geometry has the ability to develop into a platform for discovering correlated quantum states such as superconductivity in interferometers in twisted bilayer graphene.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35880910


Electron-Phonon Coupling in a Magic-Angle Twisted-Bilayer Graphene Device from Gate-Dependent Raman Spectroscopy and Atomistic Modeling.

Atomistic modeling reproduces the experimental results in close proximity to the joint experiment of electronic states in the electron scattering process, demonstrating how the unique electronic structure of magic-angle TBGs influences electron migration and, in turn, the G band line width. In qualitative agreement with our estimates, the value of the G band line width in magic-angle TBG is higher than that of the other samples.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35878122


WSe 2 as Transparent Top Gate for Infrared Near-Field Microscopy.

We here describe the requirements for a thin-layer WSe 2 as the top-gate electrode and demonstrate experimentally that it can be used as a clear, ambipolar top-gate electrode in infrared near-field microscopy. We perform nanoimaging of plasmons in a bilayer graphene heterostructure framework, tuning the plasmon wavelength with a trilayer WSe 2 gate, achieving a density modulation amplitude greater than 2 mm -2.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35872651


Impact of Interface Trap Charges and Temperature on the Performance of Extended Source Double Gate TFET

The reliability of the extended source double gate tunnel field-effect transistor was investigated by investigating the effect of the fixed donor and acceptor interface trap charges at the silicon-SiO2 interface and temperature fluctuations ranging from 300K to 480K on the DC, analog/radio frequency, linearity, and harmonic distortion performance parameters. With identical dimensions, a comparative analysis has been conducted on conventional stack gate oxide double gate TFET and ESDG-TFET. In addition, 2nd and 3rd order harmonic distortions and total harmonic distortion are investigated using technology-aided design simulations. In terms of percentage difference, ESDG-TFET has less variation than SGO-DG-TFET, indicating that the ESDG-TFET is more resistant to ITCs and temperature shifts. The Tables 2, 3, 4, and 4 show that the ESDG-TFET has less variation than SGO-DG-TFET. Hence, the ESDG-TFET can be used for low power switching, analog/RF, and high temperature applications.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR521942


Transparent electronic and photoelectric synaptic transistors based on the combination of an InGaZnO channel and a TaO x gate dielectric.

The TFT exhibits strong anticlockwise hysteresis under DC voltage sweep and synaptic activities under voltage pulse stimulation. Both gate bias pulses and short pulse widths and small amplitudes can be inspired by either gate bias pulses or photoelectric pulses with short pulse widths and low amplitudes.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35815467


Protons in Gating the Kv1.2 Channel: A Calculated Set of Protonation States in Response to Polarization/Depolarization of the Channel, with the Complete Proposed Proton Path from Voltage Sensing Domain to Gate.

Proton motion, according to We have in the past, is responsible for the gating device in the potassium channel K 1. 2 and its gating current. There must be a proton path between the voltage-sensing domain and the channel gate, as well as hydrogen bonding between residues; here we offer quantum calculations that lead to a specific pair of proton paths, which include well-defined water molecule linkages and hydrogen bonding; there is also at least one interpath crossover, where protons can switch paths; and there is also at least one interpath crossing. The existence of a double proton path between VSD and gate supports the proposed proton gating device, and we're close to establishing the definition of a complete gating device in molecular detail, as illustrated by our earlier demonstration of proton generation in the VSD and comparison with other protons moving protons.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35877921


Proposing an ITC vandalized Threshold Voltage Divergence Model for short channel Omega Gate MOSFET using a partial 3-D Environment

Using a partial 3-D scaling equation, we present an interface-trapped-charge vandalized threshold voltage divergence model for omega-gate MOSFETs. To avoid VTH value divergence owing to the ITC charges, a thin gate oxide is all it needs. Wee V TH value variations caused by trapped charges are converted into wee V TH value variations, but the thin silicon sheet device quickly expands. By changing the value of the oxide-to-gate underlap coverage factor, we could decrease the V TH value. Positive trapped cases can be rewarded with improved underlap coverage factor value, but negative trapped charges can be detained at a higher price. In short-channel conditions than one with positive trapped charges, a working device with no trapped charges performs better in short-channel situations than one with positive trapped charges. Due to its 3-D appearance, the prototype can be used to study the V TH behavior and the device operating characteristics of omega-gate MOSFET.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR521072

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