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Physics Tomorrow PTL NANO (PTL NANO) An SCOPUS-indexed monthly thrice peer-reviewed journal. PTL NANO journal is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal on theoretical, & applied science, science and its applications published monthly online by Physics Tomorrow Letters.



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1.50 (2022 based on record)

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ISSN: 5887-7785

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Time for publication

6 weeks

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Highlighted Publications

Submitted - 06 February 2022

Combined Spectroscopy and Electrical Characterization of La: BaSnO3 Thin Films and Heterostructures

For La-doped BaSnO3 thin films grown by pulsed laser deposition, we combine chemical surface characterization and electronic transport studies to probe the evolution of electronic states in the band structure for different La-doping content. Systematic analyses of spectroscopic data based on fitting the core electron line shapes help to unravel the composition of the surface as well as the dynamics associated with increasing doping.

nanaoparticle heterostrusture, Combined Spectroscopy, Electrical Characterization of La:BaSnO3, Electrical Characterization, Thin Films

Computational molecular structure analysis,electronic properties of sudan dye doped thiourea barium chloride photonic crystals

Sudan dye doped Thiourea Barium Chloride (STBC) crystals were grown by slow evaporation from aqueous solution and slow cooling (0.1oC/ day). The growth was carried out for 21 days by keeping the bath at a temperature of 39oC. Optimal molecular structures are explored by DFT / B3LYP method with 6-311G (d,p) based synthesis.

DFT Studies, Sudan doped TBC Crystal, Electronic structures;, nonlinear optical studies, Atomic force microscopy, quantum acoustics, nanaoparticle heterostrusture

Nanoscale Fabrication of Graphene by Hydrogen-Plasma Etching

Graphene is attracting vast interest due to its superior electronic and mechanical properties. However, the structure and electronic properties of its edge are often neglected, although they are important for nanoscale devices because the edge ratio becomes larger by decreasing the device size. In this study, we suggest a way to fabricate graphene with atomically aligned zigzag edges by applying the hydrogen-plasma etching (HPE) technique.

Graphene, Hydrogen-plasma etching, Atomic force microscopy, Raman spectroscopy

Submitted - 06 November 2022
Reviewed - 02 February 2023
Accepted - 20 March 2023

Quantum Dot Source-Drain Transport Response at Microwave Frequencies

Quantum dots are frequently used as charge sensitive devices in low temperature experiments to probe electric charge in mesoscopic conductors where the current running through the quantum dot is modulated by the nearby charge environment.

quantum, quantum technologies, centre for quantum technologies, quantum computer (literature subject)

Superconductivity Induced Ferromagnetism In The Presence of Spin-Orbit Coupling

We investigate the behavior of magnetic impurities placed on the surface of superconductor thin
films with spin-orbit coupling. Our study reveals long-range interactions between the impurities,
which decay according to a power law, mediated by the supercurrents. Importantly, these interactions possess a ferromagnetic component when considering the influence of the electromagnetic field,
leading to the parallel alignment of the magnetic moments in the case of two impurities.

Superconductivity, Spin-Orbit Coupling, nanotechnology, nanoscience

Synopset: multiscale visual abstraction set for explanatory analysis of dna nanotechnology simulations

We propose a new abstraction set (SynopSet) that has a continuum of visual representations for the
explanatory analysis of molecular dynamics simulations (MDS) in the DNA nanotechnology domain.
By re-purposing the commonly used progress bar and designing novel visuals, as well as transforming
the data from the domain format to a format that better fits the newly designed visuals, we compose
this new set of representations.

Application-Motivated Visualization, Data Abstractions & Types, Communication/Presentation, Storytelling, Temporal Data

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