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References in periodicals archive ?
Krupanidhi, "Negative differential resistance in GaN nanocrystals above room temperature", Nanotechnology, vol.
McGill, "New negative differential resistance device based on resonant interband tunneling," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Shieh, "Very strong negative differential resistance real-space transfer transistor using a multiple d-doping GaAs/InGaAs pseudomorphic heterostructure," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Keywords: Negative differential resistance, Transport, Graphene nanoribbons, Boron nitride nanoribbon
Due to a small spin- orbit coupling and a long spin relaxation length [1,2,47], graphene and its derivatives as well as other 2D structures, have also attracted a great deal of the attention for applications in spintronic devices, such as spin-lters and negative differential resistance (NDR) [820].