By H.-S. Philip Wong, Deji Akinwande
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While BNTs share many similar physical properties to CNTs, their electronic or optical properties are, however, markedly different. 5 eV that is largely independent of tube chirality for practical diameters ( 1 nm). Moreover, CNTs offer direct optical transitions, whereas BNTs can offer either direct or indirect optical transitions, depending on the chirality. For further studies on BNTs, the reader will ﬁnd the comprehensive review by Golberg et al. 33 30 For examples, see: F. -J. Muhr, M. Niederberger, F.
In order to make any further progress in determining the speciﬁc band structure of a particular solid, we would need to understand the crystal structure of that particular solid. To underscore the importance of the crystal structure, it would be fair to state that it is at the core of modern solid-state physics. The crystal structure can be viewed in two domains similar to how a coin has two views. One domain is in position (sometimes called direct) space and the other domain is in reciprocal space.
For example, if we desire to determine the band structure of nanotubes and nanoribbons, the Kronig–Penney model is utterly inadequate in providing basic information such as the bandgap dependency on the diameter of these nanostructures. In order to make any further progress in determining the speciﬁc band structure of a particular solid, we would need to understand the crystal structure of that particular solid. To underscore the importance of the crystal structure, it would be fair to state that it is at the core of modern solid-state physics.