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This book, Carbon Electronics, offers a comprehensive overview of the latest advances in the area of carbon based electronic and circuit applications. The book essentially encompasses physical, chemical and electrical characteristics of carbon based materials. It familiarizes the readers with basic device physics and electronic configurations of carbon materials while offering different examples of the state-of-the-art carbon nanotube devices. The applications of carbon materials include cell electrodes, flexible displays, transistors, organic electronics, solar cells, integrated circuits and semiconductors. These applications offer solutions for the current energy and health crisis. Each contribution of the carbon-based materials emphasizes on the significance of the structural and functional characteristics of electronic devices.
Nelson Bolivar is currently a Physics Professor in the Physics Department at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, where he has been teaching since 2007. His interests include quantum field theory applied in condensed matter. He obtained his PhD in physics
from the Universite de Lorraine (France) in 2014 in a joint PhD with the Universidad Central de Venezuela. His BSc in physics is from the Universidad Central de Venezuela.