1 article(s) from Andzane, Jana
Schematics of electrostatically actuated 2T NEM nanobeam-based switches. Top panel: single-clamped ...
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a) Plots of total energy ET calculated for a Ge nanowire-based NEM device at different electrostati...
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Operation of a 2T switch with a semi-paddle configuration. a) Image of the fabricated switch and sc...
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a) Example of 2T nanowire-based NEM switching between two symmetrically located drain electrodes an...
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Schematics of electrostatically actuated 3T NEM nanobeam-based switches. Top panel: single-clamped ...
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Resonant oscillations of the switching element as an effective solution to overcome on-state adhesi...
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Switching cycles of Mo6S3I6 nanowire-based NEM switch illustrating the impact of the contact area o...
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Size-dependent tuning of the mechanism of electrical conduction through a nanocontact. a) Experimen...
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a) Experimental setup for in situ SEM investigation of processes occurring in nanocontacts. b) Grap...
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a) NEM switch with graphene sheet as the active element. Reprinted with permission from , copyright...
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a) Schematics and design of U-shaped dual Si beam NEM switch. Reprinted with permission from , copy...
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Different jump-in I(V) characteristics of a) bare, thin SiC beams (SiC–SiC contact) showing gradual...
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Materials properties for NEM switching elements. Marker coordinates correspond to the electrical co...
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Quality factor as a function of air pressure showing the transition from molecular (solid lines) to...
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Scaling impact on the capillary/elastic force ratio. The impact of reducing the length of the switc...
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I(V) characteristics of Ge nanowire with and without an oxide layer. Reprinted with permission from ...
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Temperature impact on NEM switch hysteresis. Hysteresis I(V) loops of a SiGe–TiN NEM relay measured...
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Electrical burn-out induced failure of the NEM switching element. a) Ball formation at the end of a...
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a) Breakdown I(V) characteristics of two individual Bi2Se3 nanobelts. 1-2-3 – The step-like breakdo...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 271–300, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.29
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