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Surface Properties of Magneto Plasmons on the Surface of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)

DAYA SHANKER, Arjun Mishra


The theoretical study of Raman Spectroscopy of CNTs showed that on increasing the diameter of both semiconducting and metallic carbon nanotubes, the energy separation between valence band and conduction band decreases. In this review paper, the author also compares the obtained results with others and it is found that the result is in good agreement but the magnitude is slightly less. The experimental result of Raman Radial Breathing Mode (RBM) frequency is also reported and found that RBM frequency increases with increasing reciprocal diameter for both 635 nm and 785 nm Lasers. The study of Transition Energy Eii with chiral numbers is also done. The author also studies the electromagnetic properties of magneto Plasmons on the surface of CNT in dielectric medium. This study is very important for the characterization of CNTs and other nano-materials and their applications in electronics, opto-electronics and other emerging fields of science and technology.


Semiconductors, RBM, Raman Spectroscopy

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