Schrodinger equation in the space with cylindrical geometric defect and possible application to multi-wall nanotubes
The recently invented cylindrical geometric space defect is applied to the electron behaviour in the system which can be regarded as a simplified model of a double-wall nanotube. By solving the Schrodinger equation in the region of space with cylindrical geometric defect we explore the influence of such geometric defect on the energy gap and charge distribution. The effect is qualitatively similar to the one obtained earlier by means of traditional simulation methods. In general, the geometric approach can not compete with the known methods of theoretical study of the nanostructures, such as molecular dynamics. However it may be useful for better qualitative understanding of the electronic properties of the nanosystems.
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