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This follows from a special symmetry (selection rules, cf.  and references therein) applicable to the transitions between the closest subbands of the metallic armchair SWNT’s. It results in the ballistic conductance of armchair M–SWNT’s for the low doping levels. These selection rules are also important for our study and will be considered next. 25). We recall that the pseudospin has the opposite sign, ±1, for states of the valence and conduction band, which are otherwise symmetrical4 with respect to the Fermi level at zero doping/injection: (C) (V ) Em,k,+1 = ζEmkζ = −Em,k,−1 .
For a typical NT NEMS geometry it constitutes 10 % or less, which corroborates post factum our perturbative approach. Also we note that (2) the quantum correction is inversely proportional to the DoS and thus disappears in the classical limit of an inﬁnite DoS of a 3D bulk material. (3) The ratio of the classical capacitance to the quantum capacitance is not geometry (device) independent. 0 0 10 20 30 z, nm 40 Fig. 5. Speciﬁc charge density for two devices: (right) string and (left) cantilever NEMS.
This inhomogeneous ﬁeld is capable of opening a semiconductor gap in the DoS of the armchair and/or quasi–metallic nanotube. The electron ﬂow (at the Fermi level, which has to be in the middle of the forbidden gap in the gated region) is then classically suppressed (at T = 0). A quantum mechanical tunnelling mechanism has to be invoked in the current calculation because the eﬀective mass of the electron in the SWNT is very light. Thus, the rate of tunnelling through the classically forbidden region is high.