Computer simulation of attosecond nanotechnologies based on quantum NEMS in materials
by S.A. Beznosyuk; M.S. Zhukovsky; O.A. Maslova; Yu.V. Terenteva; D.Yu. Maksimov
International Journal of Nanotechnology (IJNT), Vol. 14, No. 7/8, 2017

Abstract: In this paper, the basic elements of the attophysical theory and computer modelling of a quantum nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) are presented. We give description of two different mechanisms of coherent and incoherent motion of the quantum NEMS in materials. The main details of the computer simulation of the quantum NEMS nuclear component motion are discussed in the frame of an original NEMS kinetics (NK) method. The calculated data reflecting different attosecond topological and geometrical effects on the lowest quantum NEMS scale level of 1-10 nm and at normal thermodynamic conditions are presented. It is shown that the FCC structured atomic cuboids of transition metals belonging to the iron and palladium triads (MEMS 256) have a relatively high degree of saved-up energy per atom. After the exposure to an attosecond pulse, they all relax in the same way - through the formation of the distorted cuboids with highly rearranged two-particle distributions. The nanobots made of the metals of the palladium group accumulate more energy than that belonging to the iron group. These energies are: 190 eV (Fe256), 207 eV (Co256), 289 eV (Ni256), 730 eV (Ru256), 415 eV (Rh256) and 581 eV (Pd256); they correspond to some quanta of soft X-ray radiation.

Online publication date: Thu, 30-Mar-2017

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