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Hassan Rabani, Azadeh Mazloom Shahraki,
Volume 12, Issue 4 (11-2013)

In this paper, we studied the electronic conductance and energy gap of a graphene nano-ribbon which is connected to two semi-infinite atomic chains by the atoms located in the opposite sides of nano-ribbon. The numerical calculations were performed using the Green’s function method in the nearest neighbor approximation of tight-binding approach. The conductance curves plotted with respect to incoming electron energy show that for a zigzag graphene nano-ribbon with one benzene ring in its width, there is no gap in the energy band spectra of the system, while for the armchair case, an energy gap always exists around the Fermi energy and its value depends on the size of the nano-ribbon. The results show that the behavior of the graphene nano-ribbons conductance strongly depends on that how and where the leads connect to the nano-ribbon and on the contacts qualities.
Hassan Rabani, Mohammad Mardaani, Hamideh Vahid,
Volume 14, Issue 2 (7-2014)

In this paper, we study the electronic transport of a multi-molecular chain of copper phthalocyanine connected to two metallic leads by using Green’s function method at the tight-binding approach. The results show that in the gaps of this system, the density of states is independent of the number of molecules or the system length. Moreover, increasing of the system length decreases the tunneling conductance and causes the appearance of peaks and dips in the gaps of the conductance spectra and depending on the value of incoming electron energy, the electron tunneling takes place easier, especially in the edges of the gaps.
G Rabani, R Ezati,
Volume 15, Issue 1 (4-2015)

Acid rain, which is a wet form of gaseous air pollutants, is formed when air pollutants such as SO2, NO2, CO2 in atmosphere combine with water vapor of clouds. With the addition of concentration of these pollutants the amount of acid rain is increases. Acid rain that is the mixture of sulphuric acid, nitric acid and carbonic acid lead to change in the soil like the decrease in pH, nutrient liberation, the increase of releasing in toxic metals and the decline in fertility of soil that these cases results negative effects on plants. In present work wheat plants irrigated  and leaf spraied with  four treatments of acid rain which contain sulphuric acid and nitric acid with  pH= 2.5, 3.5, 4.5, 5.6 for a period of 32 days, whereas, control plants irrigated and leaf spraied by normal water at  pH= 7.4 . According to the results control plants in whole of growth and physiological indexes were better than treatments of  acid rain at pH= 2.5 and 3.5, also plants of acid rain treatment at pH= 4.5 and 5.6, were lower in other factors except photosynthetic rate, pigment content and carbohydrate content than control plants. Also acid rain at pH= 2.5 and 3.5 causes white spot in both surface of  leaf and tip and border atrophy.

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