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Author (up) Yang, Y.; Fedorov, G.; Shafranjuk, S. E.; Klapwijk, T. M.; Cooper, B. K.; Lewis, R. M.; Lobb, C. J.; Barbara, P. url  doi
  Title Electronic transport and possible superconductivity at Van Hove singularities in carbon nanotubes Type Journal Article
  Year 2015 Publication Nano Lett. Abbreviated Journal Nano Lett.  
  Volume 15 Issue 12 Pages 7859-7866  
  Keywords carbon nanotubes, CNT, tunable superconductivity, van Hove singularities  
  Abstract Van Hove singularities (VHSs) are a hallmark of reduced dimensionality, leading to a divergent density of states in one and two dimensions and predictions of new electronic properties when the Fermi energy is close to these divergences. In carbon nanotubes, VHSs mark the onset of new subbands. They are elusive in standard electronic transport characterization measurements because they do not typically appear as notable features and therefore their effect on the nanotube conductance is largely unexplored. Here we report conductance measurements of carbon nanotubes where VHSs are clearly revealed by interference patterns of the electronic wave functions, showing both a sharp increase of quantum capacitance, and a sharp reduction of energy level spacing, consistent with an upsurge of density of states. At VHSs, we also measure an anomalous increase of conductance below a temperature of about 30 K. We argue that this transport feature is consistent with the formation of Cooper pairs in the nanotube.  
  Address Department of Physics, Georgetown University , Washington, District of Columbia 20057, United States  
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  ISSN 1530-6984 ISBN Medium  
  Area Expedition Conference  
  Notes PMID:26506109; Suuplementary info (attached to pdf) DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.5b02564 Approved no  
  Call Number Serial 1782  
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