Recent Trends in Nanoelectronic Devices Fabrication

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Author(s): Mohamed Abbas*, Ali Algahtani, Amir Kessentini, Hassan Loukil, Muneer Parayangat, Thafasal Ijyas, Bushara Salaheldin, Abdul Wase Mohammed.

Journal Name: Current Nanoscience

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Nowadays, most modern devices are micro-dimensions. It is now possible to manufacture completely remote devices by engineers and manufacturers in a modern and new way. Numerous studies have emerged around the world to determine the critical point in measuring the dimensions so that it can be achieved in practice and at an appropriate cost. Specialists around the world are attempting to locate a pragmatic method to interface various nanoscale devices together and study their focal points and disadvantages. This review aims to focus on the modern trends in the manufacture of nanoscale devices. It divides these trends into five sections as follows: development of tribotronic devices, nano devices fabrication using two-dimensional materials, fabrication using Carbon Nanotube (CNT), on-chip nanodevice fabrication and nanodevices based on photonics. The authors present their views on these trends and how to get the most out of them in the future. Here, anovel view about the structure of nanowire is presented to enhance the structure and the features of nanowires inside the Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) Scanner. These nanowires have unique metal properties enabling them to operate in multiple environments with high efficiency. Using the structure of the suggested nanowires inside the STM Scanner can upgrade its highlights for bearing pressure, defeating the break of the nanowire.

Keywords: Nanodevices, CNT, Tribotronic Devices, On-chip nanodevices, 2D materials, Photonics, STM

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DOI: 10.2174/1573413715666191119103445
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