Synthetic Strategies for Nanoscale Devices and Applications
William A Goddard III* and Tahir Cagin
Materials and Process simulation Center,
California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, CA 91125, U.S. A.
In this talk, we will present various chemical synthesis
pathways for use in nanoscale device and component
These pathways involve
We will elucidate these synthetic pathways using numerical
computations using advanced quantum chemistry methods.
We will relate these pathways in developing nano-gates,
nano-springs, nano-tip arrays, lubricant and bearings
for nanomechanical systems.
- ring opening methathesis polymerization which involves a
living catalyst react at 300 K until out of polymer terminate
with specific chemical lower temperature to 200 K
- Ziegler-Natta Catalysts for Stereocontrol