Electromechanics on the Nanometer Scale: Emerging Phenomena, Devices, and Applications
authors Kalinin, SV; Setter, N; Kholkin, AL
nationality International
journal MRS BULLETIN
keywords SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY; THIN-FILMS; NANOSCALE; INTERFEROMETER; FERROELECTRICS; DOMAIN
abstract Coupling between mechanical and electrical phenomena is ubiquitous at the nano-and molecular scales, with examples ranging from piezoelectricity and flexoelectricity in perovskites to complex molecular transformations in redox active molecules and ion channels. This article delineates the field of nanoelectromechanics enabled by recent advances in scanning probe, indentation, and interferometric techniques and provides a unified outlook at a number of related topics, including membrane and surface flexoelectricity, local piezoelectricity in ferroelectrics and associated devices, and electromechanical molecular machines. It also summarizes experimental and theoretical challenges on the pathway to visualize, control, and manipulate electromechanical activity on the nanoscale and molecular levels.
publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
issn 0883-7694
year published 2009
volume 34
issue 9
beginning page 634
ending page 642
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1557/mrs2009.174
web of science category Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Physics, Applied
subject category Materials Science; Physics
unique article identifier WOS:000269768100014
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