Papers by Keyword: Partial Density of States

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Authors: Shu Hong Sun, Xiu Min Chen, Feng Xia Zhang, Bin Yang
Abstract: The structure and properties simulation of Cu under vacuum were studied by ab initio molecular dynamics simulation. The calculation results were characterized in terms of radial distribution function (RDF), coordination number (CN) and partial density of states (PDOS). The results show that the average distance between atoms increased with the temperature, while CN decreased, which indicated an obvious improvement of the thermal motion between atoms. The simulation datas showed that the liquid phase appeared in the system when the temperature arrived 1373K,which close to the melting point(1357K) of copper.
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Authors: Xue Tao Hu, Qiang Luo, Zeng Ling Ran
Abstract: Using periodic density functional theory within the generalized-gradient approximation to electron exchange and correlation, we have studied S adsorption four-fold hollow site on Fe(100) in different hydrostatic pressure. We find that the adsorption height decreases with hydrostatic pressure increasing is non-monotonic. The adsorption energy decreases with an increase with pressure is monotonic and we have obtained density of states is almost unchanged, the adsorption energy change is mainly caused by lattice deformation in the hydrostatic pressure, and the adsorption energies increase linearly with pressure.
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Authors: Qiang Luo, Zhi Zhang, Qiang Zhang, Tai He Shi, Zeng Ling Ran
Abstract: Using the first principles method, which is based on the density function theory (DFT), the structures and electronic properties of S atoms are adsorbed on the Fe (100) surface for X(X is Cr, Ni, Mo, C, Mn ,Si,P and S) impurities in Fe, and their molecular orbital and absorption energies were calculated with the generalized gradient approximation. The results show that S adsorbed on H site for Cr, Ni, Mn, C and Mo impurities in Fe is stable but for Si, S and P is B site. The adsorption energy for Ni in impurity Fe is almost nearby for the purity Fe and the effect for Ni in S absorption on Fe (100) surface is very small. In order to prevent S absorption on Fe surface,we can reduce the percentage of Ni.
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Authors: Qiang Zhang, Ping Jun Hu, Qiang Luo, Yi Qiu, Zeng Ling Ran
Abstract: Using the first principles method, which is based on the density function theory (DFT), the structures and electronic properties for different concentration of H2S are adsorbed on the Fe (100) surface, and their molecular orbital and absorption energies were calculated with the generalized gradient approximation. The results show that, whether one or two molecules of H2S adsorpted Fe (100) surface, adsorption of single molecules Fe (100) surface partial density of states between pure Fe (100) and two molecules, and the total density of states is mainly composed of 3d electronic contribution.
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