Single-walled carbon nanotube as a nanoscale quantum system

M.V. Krasinkova
It is shown that a single-walled carbon nanotube based on a carbon monolayer (graphene) rolled up into a cylinder is a nanoscale quantum system characterized by the presence of electron crystals, like graphene. In contrast to the extremely unstable graphene quantum system, the nanotube quantum system is stable at a certain curvature of the carbon skeleton. The curvature causes the redistribution of π electrons between internal and external electron crystals accompanied by the formation of...
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