Comment on “Curvature effects on electronic properties of small radius nanotube” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 033102 (2007)]

Abadir, G. B.; Walus, K.; Pulfrey, D. L.
April 2009
Applied Physics Letters;4/27/2009, Vol. 94 Issue 17, p176101
Academic Journal
The article presents a response to an article entitled "Curvature effects on electronic properties of small radius nanotube," by H. Zeng, H.F. Hu, J.W. Wei, Z.Y. Wang, L. Wang, and P. Peng that appeared in issue 91, 2007 of the journal. Carbon nanotubes, density functionals, Green's functions, research about electrodes, and research about energy gaps are discussed and commented upon.


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