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** The band structure calculation predicts many Fermi surfaces, mostly with spherical shape, derived from 12 bands crossing the Fermi energy.** [1] Possible values: – “fermie”: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at the Fermi energy (“self.fermie”). – Number e.g “e0 0.5”: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at 0.5 eV. – None: Don’t shift energies, equivalent to “e0 0”. brange: Only bands such as “brange < band_index < brange ” are included in the plot. swarm: True to show the datapoints on top of the boxes kwargs: Keyword arguments passed to seaborn boxplot. [2] Possible values: – “fermie”: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at the Fermi energy (“self.fermie”). – Number e.g e00.5: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at 0.5 eV – None: Don’t shift energies, equivalent to e00 exchange_xy: True to exchange x-y axis. xlims, ylims: Set the data limits for the x-axis or the y-axis. [2]

Possible values:: – `fermie`: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at the Fermi energy (ebands.fermie) Note that, by default, the Fermi energy is taken from the band structure object i.e. the Fermi energy computed at the end of the SCF file that produced the density. [2] “fermie”: shift all eigenvalues and the DOS to have zero energy at the Fermi energy. [2]

In metals, however, a better value of the Fermi energy can be obtained from the DOS provided that the k-sampling for the DOS is much denser than the one used to compute the density. [2] “edos_fermie”: Use the Fermi energy computed from the DOS to define the zero of energy in both subplots. [2] Since the Fermi level in a metal at absolute zero is the energy of the highest occupied single particle state, then the Fermi energy in a metal is the energy difference between the Fermi level and lowest occupied single-particle state, at zero-temperature. [3] The Fermi energy is a concept in quantum mechanics usually referring to the energy difference between the highest and lowest occupied single-particle states in a quantum system of non-interacting fermions at absolute zero temperature. [3] The Fermi energy is only defined at absolute zero, while the Fermi level is defined for any temperature. [3] The Fermi energy can only be defined for non-interacting fermions (where the potential energy or band edge is a static, well defined quantity), whereas the Fermi level (the electrochemical potential of an electron) remains well defined even in complex interacting systems, at thermodynamic equilibrium. [3] The Fermi energy is an energy difference (usually corresponding to a kinetic energy ), whereas the Fermi level is a total energy level including kinetic energy and potential energy. [3] When all the particles have been put in, the Fermi energy is the kinetic energy of the highest occupied state. [3] The Fermi energy is an important concept in the solid state physics of metals and superconductors. [3] Args: e0: Isolevel in eV. Default: Fermi energy. verbose: verbosity level. [2] Question : The Fermi energy for aluminum is 11.6 eV. What is the Fermi speed in aluminum? Find the probabili. [4] Note that, by default, the Fermi energy is taken from the band structure object i.e. the Fermi energy computed at the end of the SCF file that produced the density. [2] The radius of the nucleus admits deviations around the value mentioned above, so a typical value for the Fermi energy is usually given as 38 MeV. [3] The fastest ones are moving at a velocity corresponding to a kinetic energy equal to the Fermi energy. [3] Now since the Fermi energy only applies to fermions of the same type, one must divide this density in two. [3] What this means is that even if we have extracted all possible energy from a Fermi gas by cooling it to near absolute zero temperature, the fermions are still moving around at a high speed. [3] Boltztrap provides both transport values depending on electron chemical potential (fermi energy) and for a series of fixed carrier concentrations. [5] By default, this is set to 1e16 to 1e22 in increments of factors of 10. energy_span_around_fermi: usually the interpolation is not needed on the entire energy range but on a specific range around the fermi level. [5] “be run with run_typeBANDS” ) @staticmethod def check_acc_bzt_bands ( sbs_bz, sbs_ref, warn_thr ( 0.03, 0.03 )): “”” Compare sbs_bz BandStructureSymmLine calculated with boltztrap with the sbs_ref BandStructureSymmLine as reference (from MP for instance), computing correlation and energy difference for eight bands around the gap (semiconductors) or fermi level (metals). warn_thr is a threshold to get a warning in the accuracy of Boltztap interpolated bands. [5] Error : raise # Update the energy. qp_energies qp_ene # Apply the scissors to the Fermi level as well. # NB: This should be ok for semiconductors in which fermie CBM (abinit convention) # and there’s usually one CBM state whose QP correction is expected to be reproduced # almost exactly by the polyfit. # Not sure about metals. [2] In a Fermi gas, the lowest occupied state is taken to have zero kinetic energy, whereas in a metal, the lowest occupied state is typically taken to mean the bottom of the conduction band. [3]

Gibbs, Z. M. et al., Effective mass and fermi surface complexity factor from ab initio band structure calculations. npj Computational Materials 3, 8 (2017). [5]

** The inset shows ? E for a smaller range of strain. ( E and F ) Orbital projected band structure, total density of states (DOS), and partial density of states of stabilized (strained) a 100 and b 010 monolayers with Fermi energy ( E F ) set to 0 eV. ** [6] Even if for a double-bands Ising superconductor, as k y increases, the corresponding energy bands of H ( k y ) move up, and for some certain range of k y, the Fermi energy E F enters into the energy interval between the spin-up and spin-down sub-bands, which is similar to the single-band Ising superconductivity. [7] We mainly consider the electrons transport near the Fermi surface, and the four lower energy bands can be ignored, as they are much below the Fermi energy E F 0. [7] The black solid and dot lines schematically show the positions of Fermi energy for the single-band and double-bands Ising superconductors, respectively. (e) Energy bands of the Ising superconducting phase. [7] Unlike graphene, the other sp 2 bands in gallenene are very close to the Fermi energy (some of them cross the Fermi energy), thus giving rise to anisotropy in the low-energy bands. [6] Gallenene a 100 and b 010 are metallic because of the finite density of states at the Fermi energy. [6] Once the Fermi energy E F is shifted inside the spin-up sub-bands, the polarization P quickly drops to zero. [7] Note that in Fig. 1 (c) the Fermi energy E F 0 is located in the middle of the spin-up and spin-down sub-bands. [7]

By varying the barrier strength, the structure of the junction, the Fermi energy, and the crystallographic angle, the shot noise and conductance can be tuned efficiently. [8] A complete Andreev reflection can occur when the incident energy is equal to the superconductor gap, regardless of the Fermi energy (spin polarization) of the ferromagnet. [7] We demonstrate a significant increase of the spin-triplet Andreev reflection when the Fermi energy is located between the spin-up and spin-down sub-bands in the normal phase of the Ising superconductor. [7] III, we calculate the Andreev reflection coefficient, studying its dependence on the incident energy, Fermi energy of the Ising superconductor, the transverse wave vector (the oblique incident case), and show the magnetoanisotropic properties. [7]

Red lines denote the energy bands of spin-up electrons, while the dashed blue lines are the spin-down bands. (c) Energy bands of the ferromagnet near the Fermi surface E F 0, in which the spin degeneracy of the spin-up and spin-down bands is removed. (d) Zoom-in figure of the energy bands of the dotted box in (b). [7] We find that by tuning the on-site energy E R through the gate voltage (which is equivalent to tune the Fermi surface), the spin-triplet Andreev can be dramatically enhanced and reaches the maximum 2 at ? ?. [7] At critical point k y a 0.02, the Fermi surface starts to move into the energy interval between the spin-up and spin-down sub-bands of the Ising superconductor. [7] Only quantum states close to the Fermi level can accept energy and these form a small fraction of the total as $k_BT \ll E_F$. [9] At the Fermi level $E_F$ in the metal some electrons can accept energy and are promoted into higher energy levels and so form the ‘electron gas’. [9]

Strong electron correlation (SEC) effects lead to formation of a fiat band of the dispersion law of electrons in the vicinity of the point X (~r, 0) and to a narrowing of the energy gap in the vicinity of t F compared to band structure calculations. [10] In contrast to, our calculations show a pronounced intensity of s states in the post-threshold region (peak energy about 8 eV), which is primarily attributed to the duster effect. [10] The interatomic forces were calculated with strict energy convergence criteria of 10 ?8 and energy cutoff of 500 eV. These interatomic forces were used for phonon dispersion calculations using the Parlinski-Li-Kawazoe method as implemented in the PHONOPY package ( 74 ). [6] We used the first-principles plane-wave method within DFT for structural optimization, total energy, and electronic structure calculations, as implemented in the Vienna ab initio simulation package (VASP) ( 68, 69 ). [6] Recent experiments show that the transition temperature in superconducting TMDs is about 2 ? 10 K. (29) ; (30) ; (31) Hence, it?s reasonable to set ? 1 m e V as the energy unit in the numerical calculation. [7] Experiments indicate that the energy interval between spin-up and spin-down sub-bands is about 10 ? 20 m e V, (29) ; (30) ; (31) and we set this energy interval to be 20 ? in the calculation below. [7]

Interpreting these spectra is impossible without qualitative quantum chemical Fermi calculations, except the simplest cases. [10] As reported for YBa2Cu30 7 and Bi2Sr2CaCu208+ x, the experimental Fermi surface is in good agreement with one-electron band structure calculations, indicating the Fermi-fluid behavior of electrons on the Fermi surface in the normal state. [10] The high-doped regions obey the Luttinger theorem and have a large Fermi surface which agrees with band structure calculations. [10]

We have found that some pyrochlore oxides have quasi-flat band just below the Fermi level by first principles calculation. [11]

In this expression, ? p 2 2 m ? E F is the kinetic energy measured from the Fermi surface E F and 2 ~ ? is the energy interval between spin-up and spin-down sub-bands, which is about 20 for the parameters in Fig. 1. [7]

**POSSIBLY USEFUL**

** _bs. efermi, “eV” ). \ to ( “Ry” ) # set energy range to buffer around min/max EV # buffer does not increase CPU time but will help get equal # energies for spin up/down for band structure const Energy ( 2, “eV” ). to ( “Ry” ) self.** [5] _auto_set_energy_range () self. timeout timeout self. start_time time. time () def _auto_set_energy_range ( self ): “”” automatically determine the energy range as min/max eigenvalue minus/plus the buffer_in_ev “”” emins for e_k in self. [5] Args: band: Band index spin: Spin index. e0: Option used to define the zero of energy in the band structure plot. [2] If left (right) is None, default values are used e0: Option used to define the zero of energy in the band structure plot. [2] If edos_objects is not None, each subplot in the grid contains a band structure with DOS else a simple bandstructure plot. e0: Option used to define the zero of energy in the band structure plot. [2]

_bs. projections ) # TODO deal with the sorting going on at # the energy level!!! # tmp_proj.sort() if self. run_type “DOS” and \ self. [5] Energy ( self. read_value ( “smearing_width” ), “Ha” ). to ( “eV” ) ) class ElectronDos ( object ): “”” This object stores the electronic density of states. [2] _bs. efermi, “eV” ). \ to ( “Ry” ) max_eigenval Energy ( max ( emaxs ) – self. [5]

This energy gives this range in eV. by default it is 1.5 eV. If DOS or BANDS type are selected, this range is automatically set to cover the entire energy range. scissor: scissor to apply to the band gap (eV). [5] Args: omega_ev: Transition energy in eV. qpt: Q-point in reduced coordinates. atol_ev: Absolute tolerance for energy difference in eV atol_kdiff: Tolerance used to compare k-points. ylims: Set the data limits for the y-axis. [2] TETRA typically gives better results (especially for DOSes) but takes more time energy_grid: the energy steps used for the integration (eV) lpfac: the number of interpolation points in the real space. [5] In the 3-D cubical box potential the energy of a state depends upon the sum of the squares of the quantum numbers. [12] The reason that two particles can have the same energy is that a particle can have a spin of 1/2 (spin up) or a spin of ?1/2 (spin down), leading to two states for each energy level. [3] Only set to a value different than zero if we want to model beyond the constant relaxation time. tauexp: exponent for the energy in the non-constant relaxation time approach tauen: reference energy for the non-constant relaxation time approach soc: results from spin-orbit coupling (soc) computations give typically non-polarized (no spin up or down) results but single electron occupations. [5] This is # to get the same energy scale for up and down spin DOS. tmp_data np. array ( data_dos ) tmp_den np. trim_zeros ( tmp_data, ‘f’ ) lw_l len ( tmp_data ) – len ( tmp_den ) tmp_ene tmp_data tmp_den np. trim_zeros ( tmp_den, ‘b’ ) hg_l len ( tmp_ene ) – len ( tmp_den ) tmp_ene tmp_ene tmp_data np. vstack (( tmp_ene, tmp_den )). [5] Args: method: String defining the method for the computation of the DOS. step: Energy step (eV) of the linear mesh. width: Standard deviation (eV) of the gaussian. [2]

_hl max_eigenval + const en_range Energy ( max (( abs ( self. [5] If so, these states and energy eigenvalues are said to be degenerate. [12] The number of independent wavefunctions for the stationary states of an energy level is called as the degree of degeneracy of the energy level. [12] The ground state has only one wavefunction and no other state has this specific energy; the ground state and the energy level are said to be non-degenerate. [12] In the configuration for which the total energy is lowest (the ground state), all the energy levels up to n N /2 are occupied and all the higher levels are empty. [3] The 6th energy level of a particle in a 3D Cube box is 6-fold degenerate. [12] The quantity of energy calculated in this way is called the nuclear binding energy ( E B ). [13] ?expressed as energy by using Albert Einstein?s relativity equation in the form E (? m ) c 2. [13] ?with the mass-increase effect is Einstein?s famous formula E m c 2 : mass and energy are no longer conserved but can be interconverted. [13] In the famous relativity equation, E m c 2, the speed of light ( c ) serves as a constant of proportionality linking the formerly disparate concepts of mass ( m ) and energy ( E ). [13] ?his special theory of relativity; E m c 2 expresses the association of mass with every form of energy. [13] E mc 2, equation in German-born physicist Albert Einstein ?s theory of special relativity that expresses the fact that mass and energy are the same physical entity and can be changed into each other. [13]

When the potential energy is infinite, then the wavefunction equals zero. [12] When the potential energy is zero, then the wavefunction obeys the Schrödinger equation. [12]

To find the ground state of the whole system, we start with an empty system, and add particles one at a time, consecutively filling up the unoccupied stationary states with the lowest energy. [3] The particle having a particular value of energy in the excited state MAY has several different stationary states or wavefunctions. [12] The energy of a body at rest could be assigned an arbitrary value. [13]

Answer b three-fold (i.e., there are three wavefunctions that share the same energy. [12] These stationary states will typically be distinct in energy. [3] In special relativity, however, the energy of a body at rest is determined to be m c 2. [13] Each body of rest mass m possesses m c 2 of “rest energy,” which potentially is available for conversion to other forms of energy. [13]

In the equation, the increased relativistic mass ( m ) of a body times the speed of light squared ( c 2 ) is equal to the kinetic energy ( E ) of that body. [13]

Available only if plotter contains dos objects. – Number e.g e00.5: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at 0.5 eV – None: Don’t shift energies, equivalent to e00 ylims: Set the data limits for the y-axis. [2] Available only if edos_objects is not None – Number e.g “e0 0.5”: shift all eigenvalues to have zero energy at 0.5 eV – None: Don’t shift energies, equivalent to “e0 0”. sharex, sharey: True if x (y) axis should be shared. xlims: Set the data limits for the x-axis. [2]

ArrayWithUnit ( self. read_value ( “eigenvalues” ), “Ha” ). to ( “eV” ) def read_occupations ( self ): “””Occupancies.””” return self. read_value ( “occupations” ) def read_fermie ( self ): “””Fermi level in eV.””” return units. [2]

_nelec )) fout. write ( “CALC # CALC (calculate expansion ” “coeff), NOCALC read from file \n ” ) fout. write ( ” %d # lpfac, number of latt-points ” “per k-point \n ” % self. lpfac ) fout. write ( “FERMI # run mode (only BOLTZ is ” “supported) \n ” ) fout. write ( str ( 1 ) + ” # actual band selected: ” + str ( self. band_nb + 1 ) + ” spin: ” + str ( self. spin )) elif self. run_type “BANDS” : if self. kpt_line is None : kpath HighSymmKpath ( self. [5] _bs. kpoints ))) if self. run_type “FERMI” : sign – 1.0 if self. cond_band else 1.0 for i in range ( len ( self. [5]

Only when the temperature exceeds the Fermi temperature do the electrons begin to move significantly faster than at absolute zero. [3] The Fermi temperature can be thought of as the temperature at which thermal effects are comparable to quantum effects associated with Fermi statistics. [3] The Fermi temperature for a metal is a couple of orders of magnitude above room temperature. [3] Table of Fermi energies, velocities, and temperatures for various elements. [3]

Since an idealized non-interacting Fermi gas can be analyzed in terms of single-particle stationary states, we can thus say that two fermions cannot occupy the same stationary state. [3]

Used for Fermi Surface interpolation (run_type”FERMI”) spin: specific spin component (1: up, -1: down) of the band selected in FERMI mode (mandatory). cond_band: if a conduction band is specified in FERMI mode, set this variable as True tauref: reference relaxation time. [5] Args: gap: The gap after interpolation in eV mu_steps: The steps of electron chemical potential (or Fermi level) in eV. cond: The electronic conductivity tensor divided by a constant relaxation time (sigma/tau) at different temperature and fermi levels. [5] The units are V/K kappa: The electronic thermal conductivity tensor divided by a constant relaxation time (kappa/tau) at different temperature and fermi levels. [5]

Tune cb_cut to change the percentage (0-100) of bands that are removed. timeout: overall time limit (in seconds): mainly to avoid infinite loop when trying to find Fermi levels. “”” @requires ( which ( ‘x_trans’ ), “BoltztrapRunner requires the executables ‘x_trans’ to be in ” “the path. [5] The units are cm^-3 mu_doping: Gives the electron chemical potential (or Fermi level) for a given set of doping. [5]

To our knowledge, the splitting of Fermi surfaces due to the non-centrosymmetric crystal in 5f-electron systems is experimentally detected for the first time. [1] These quantities are the momentum and group velocity, respectively, of a fermion at the Fermi surface. [3]

_bz_kpoints bz_kpoints self. fermi_surface_data fermi_surface_data def get_symm_bands ( self, structure, efermi, kpt_line None, labels_dict None ): “”” Function useful to read bands from Boltztrap output and get a BandStructureSymmLine object comparable with that one from a DFT calculation (if the same kpt_line is provided). [5]

The experimental results are in good agreement with local density approximation (LDA) band structure calculations based on the 5f-itinerant model. [1] Our model adequately defines the low-intensity long-wave satellite (xy-polarization) formed by the first (in energy) configuration of the final state with a 2p core vacancy (intensity of transition 0.0560) and fixed in the experimental spectrum (Fig. 27) at an energy level 0.4 eV below the whiteline. [10]

The one-electron contour of the Cud 10 final configuration of IPES is shifted by 2 eV. This leads to an underestimated energy level splitting between the filled and vacant bands. [10] The main difference between the ab-initio bands and the TB bands is the flatness of the band at the energy ~ 0 eV, which means that the hopping integrals other than the nearest neighbor Sn atoms is also needed to fit the ab-initio bands precisely. [11] The photoelectron spectrum studies showed that the forbidden gap obtained by the combined analysis of the experimental photoelectron and inverse photoemission spectra in a single energy scale for the surface of La2CuO 4 is underestimated by 1 eV. The electronic and satellite structure of the spectra of La2CuO 4 was calculated using the three-band p – d model and the sudden perturbation approximation. [10] Here the electronic structure of CuO610-, CuO 9 – (La2_xSrxCuO4), CuO58-, and CuO 7- (YBa~Cu307_~) clusters corresponding to the formal states of copper 2 + and 3 + is calculated using the X a – O M E G A program complex ; the electronic wave functions and the intensities of one-electron X-ray transitions in a dipole approximation over the whole energy range was calculated using the Xa-CONTINUOUS program. [10] As shown in, the shift of the energy level of CuKa may not be measured using Larson’s model without separating out the contributions of the satellite structure. [10] The lowest Hubbard band is at a lower energy level than the oxygen subband; this leads to a charge transfer when the energy of electronic excitation from the oxygen sublattice to the copper centers is minimal. [10] Fig. 1 (e) demonstrates the energy bands of the TMDs in the superconducting phase, where the Ising pairing is created between the opposite spin sub-bands at K and K? valleys. [7] We choose each unit cell containing four atoms in y -direction as illustrated in the blue box in Fig. 1 (a), hence the Brillouin zone is one half smaller than the usual Brillouin zone of graphene. (45) ; (46) ; (47) In Fig. 1 (b), we plot the energy bands of the TMDs in the normal phase at k y 0. [7] In Fig. 1 (d), the zoom-in figure of the energy bands near the K and K? points in Fig. 1 (b) are presented. [7] The nearest-neighbor distance of the hexagonal lattice is set to be a. (b) Energy bands of the TMDs at the normal phase case while k y 0. [7] Figure 2: (Color online) (a) and (b) are the 2D plot of Andreev reflection coefficient T A versus the on-site energy E L and E R, with the incident energy ? 0, k y 0, ? 0 in (a) and ? ? / 2 in (b). (c) and (d) are truncated intersector curves of T A versus E L in (a) and (b) with E R 25, 15, 10, 5, and ? 5 respectively. (e) and (f) are truncated intersector curves of T A versus E R in (a) and (b) with E L 60, 35, 31, 25, and 0 respectively. [7] To further investigate the characteristics of the Andreev reflection in the ferromagnet-Ising superconductor junction, we plot the truncated intersector curves of the Andreev reflection coefficient T A as a function of the on-site energy E L in Fig. 2 (c) and (d). [7] Fig. 6 (a) and 6 (b) show a 2D plot of the linear conductance G versus the on-site energy E L and E R. [7] While in Fig. 3 (b) with ? ? / 2 ( m being parallel to the plane), T A always presents a zero-bias dip, irrespectively of the energy E L and the spin polarization of the ferromagnet lead. [7] Figure 3: (Color online) The Andreev reflection coefficient T A versus energy ? of incident electron for different energy E L, with ? 0 in (a) and ? ? / 2 in (b). [7] Figure 4: (Color online) The Andreev reflection coefficient T A versus transverse wave vector k y for different energy E L, with ? 0 in and ? ? / 2 in. [7] Fig. 5 displays the Andreev reflection coefficient T A as a function of the magnetization orientation ? for various energy E L. [7] To better appreciate the spin-triplet Andreev reflection, we focus on the single-band Ising superconductivity and present the Andreev reflection coefficient T A versus the energy ? of the incident electron, as shown in Fig. 3. [7]

The energy bands of the ferromagnet lead are displayed in Fig. 1 (c). [7] Quantum mechanics states that hopping integral between local orbitals makes the energy band dispersive. [11] The position of the peaks of the core level X-ray emission spectra on the energy scale is sensitive to the state of other atoms through the valence shell of the atom and insensitive to the Madelung potentials. [10] X-ray emission spectra are formed by electron transitions from the core or valence levels to the core vacancy which has a lower energy and was previously formed by exciting X-radiation. [10] The scalar coupling J is a through-bond interaction, in which the spin of one nucleus perturbs (polarizes) the spins of the intervening electrons, and the energy levels of neighboring magnetic nuclei are in turn perturbed by the polarized electrons. [14] I don’t get why copper has a lower heat capacity than the other metals since copper has more electrons so there should be more energy levels to put the heat I would think. [9] These electrons are inelastically scattered on the vacant electronic states localized in the surface layers and emit braking radiation, whose energy equals the difference between the energies of exciting radiation and vacant state interacting with the electron and intensity is proportional to the density of vacant states for the given energy. [10] I’m just curious why copper has lower heat capacity than lithium when copper has more electrons so I would think there would be more energy states to put the heat. [9] Electron energy loss spectra for Sr2CuO2CI2 in ( f Ar) (a) and (FM) (b) directions. [10] Peaks O, A, B, D, and E refer to the fundamental line (dl~ configuration); O’, A’, B’, D’, and E’, to the shake-up satellite with an energy of 7.8 eV relative to the fundamental line (d 9 configuration). [10] Figure 7: (Color online) Polar plot of the linear conductance G as a function of the magnetization orientation ?, with the energy E R 5 in (a) and E R 15 in (b) corresponding to the single-band and double-bands Ising superconductors. [7] The interlayer binding energy ( E b ) was calculated using the following formula where E total and are the total energy of the system and the i th component of the system, respectively. [6] The bars represent the interlayer binding energy ( E b ) per Ga atom between gallenene and the substrate. [6] The borophene-like planar and buckling structures of Ga are 81 and 41 meV higher in energy compared to the gallenene b 010 structure, which indicates that the b 010 structure remains most stable. [6] Because these structures are only a few millielectron volts lower in energy than gallenene b 010, their existence cannot be ruled out by the analysis carried out here. [6]

Analysis of these spectra gives both structural information (positions of form resonances on the energy scale) and electronic structure information (pre-threshold and short-range fine structure); the spectra are formed with participation of both one- and many-electron mechanisms. [10] The spectrum of LaSrCuO 4 with a two-hole singlet ground state was also formed from the spectra of two configurations: CudX~ (weight 0.849, energy 2.3 eV) and Cud 9L_ (weight 0.144, energy 12.1 eV). [10] The whiteline is formed by a transition from the ground state to the final state with a Cu2p vacancy and considerable occupation of the dz2 states in the orbitals d 8 (dx2y 2+dzZ) and d 9L (dz2) (weights (0.38) 2 and (-0.46) 2, respectively) with transition energy 1.94 eV and intensity 0.2238. [10]

To obtain accurate forces, an MP k -mesh grid of 5 5 1 and an energy criterion of 10 ?8 eV were used. [6] It was shown that the shake-down processes shift the one-electron contour of the final two-hole configuration of PES by 1 eV down the energy scale. [10] Measuring the chemical shift on the energy scale relative to the spectrum of an element, one obtains information about the oxidation state of the element in the compound. [10]

We also introduce the linewidth matrices in the generalized Nambu representation ? L ( ? ) i, where ? r / a L ( ? ) is the self energy due to the left ferromagnet lead. [7] Electronic conductivity is high when the valence/conduction band has large energy dispersion. [11] Figure 2 shows the energy band dispersion of Tl 2 Mo 2 O 7, Sn 2 Nb 2 O 7 and Bi 2 Ti 2 O 7 from first principles. [11] The conduction band lowers its energy and the band gap is collapsed. [11] These energy bands are agreement with the Ising superconductor in the normal case, (29) ; (35) which means that the tight-binding Hamiltonian H I S in Eq.( II ) does well describe the Ising superconductor. [7]

At K point, spin up electrons have lower energy while at K? point the other way around. [7] If the electrons behaved classically then the internal energy $U$ would be increased by $3R/2$ but experiment dictates that this value has to be reduced by the fraction of electrons that can accept energy. [9] The XPS is calibrated using a gold standard, and the energy values are matched with XPS standards ( 54 ). [6] The xy-polarized CuL 3 spectrum of nondoped La2CuO 4 was formed by the one-electron transition from the Cud 9 configuration to the only possible configuration Cud 10 with an intensity 0.3428 and energy 2.03 eV using the one-electron contours of the spectrum components calculated for the CuO 1~ cluster by the SCF-Xa-SW method. [10] The weakly intense satellite lying 0.4 eV higher than the main maximum now reflects the density of the Cud 9L_.configurations, and the appearing short-wave intense satellite with an energy of 1 eV is formed from two Cud 9/. configurations and one Cud 8 configuration with weights (0.56) 2 + (0.57) 2. [10] According to optical absorption spectra, the charge transfer excitation energy with q 0 for Sr2CuO2C12 is 2 eV. [10] X-Ray photoelectron spectra (XPS) are obtained by irradiating a sample by monochromated X-ray quantum beam with an energy equal to or higher than the ionization energy of the core levels. [10] A depiction of the perturbation of energy levels of a nucleus A by a neighboring magnetic nucleus X is shown below (spin-spin splitting). [14] Probably, the only exception is the long-wave part of the spectrum in the region of peak A. Previously, it was noted that the specific relative intensity and energy level of peak A in the CuO~~ cluster are only due to the small size of the cluster. [10] The energy of photoelectrons excited from certain core levels is measured in the course of experiment. [10] The synthesized spectrum including many-electron effects is in fair agreement with the experimental spectrum in the energy levels and relative intensities of peaks. [10]

The ELF is shown by the color bar, with red (blue) showing maxima (minima). ( D ) Total energy per atom with respect to the lowest-energy structure as a function of uniform strain. [6] The spectrum of nondoped La2CuO 4 was formed from the one-electron spectrum of the CUdl0L configuration (weight 0.765, energy 2.7 eV) and the one-electron spectrum of CUd 9 (weight 0.235, energy 10.6 eV). [10] If H 0 is defined on a simple square lattice, the obtained energy dispersion is E ( k ) ? + 2 t (cos k x + cos k y ). [11] According to two-magnon Raman scattering data, the exchange interaction between the nearest neighbors is J 125? meV. ARPES spectra were obtained using synchrotron radiation with a resolution of 75 meV in energy and (1/20)~ in wave vectors k x, ky. [10] The ARPES spectra of Sr2RuO4 were measured at 10 K in vacuum with an energy resolution of 22 meV and angular resolution of 1″, which corresponds to AK 0.06/~-1. [10] Angle-resolved photoelectron spectra of layers of finite thickness The procedure for calculating X-ray photoelectron spectra in wide ranges of energy losses and viewing angles is developed. [10] The small energy splitting between the lines and the large (versus the whiteline) half-widths of the features lead to an insignificant diffusion of the spectra in the positive region. [10] IV, the conductance spectra are presented and the influences of both exchange energy and spin-orbit coupling are investigated. [7]

When the incident energy is equal to the superconductor gap, a complete Andreev reflection can occur regardless of the spin polarization P of the ferromagnet. [7] We emphasize that here the spin-triplet Andreev reflection has the same magnitude as the ordinary Andreev reflection, especially near the gap edge where the incident energy ? ?. [7] The dependence of the Andreev reflection on the incident energy and incident angle are also investigated. [7]

The intensity of the transition of the whiteline in the z-polarized spectrum for the second (in energy) configuration is zero. [10] The conductance spectroscopies of both zero bias and finite bias are studied, and the influence of gate voltage, exchange energy, and spin-orbit coupling on the conductance spectroscopy are discussed in detail. [7]

The larger value of binding energy indicates the greater interaction between gallenene and the substrate. [6] The binding energy per atom of the three layers of gallenene is where j and n are the number of layers of gallenene and the total number of Ga atoms in three layers of gallenene. [6] The calculated binding energy of gallenene on substrates is shown in Fig. 5A. [6] The dashed line in Fig. 5a indicates the maximal possible energy for any peaks in the given direction. [10] In the case of double-bands Ising superconductivity in Fig. 8 (d), the conductance peak gradually decreases as E L decreases, but the conductance peak always persists at V ?, irrespective of the energy E L. [7] The energy E R is 5 in and 15 in corresponding to the single-band and double-bands Ising superconductors, respectively. [7] Figure 9: (Color online) Polar plot of the linear conductance G as a function of the magnetization orientation ?. (a) for different exchange energy with m 10, 20, 30, and 40 from outmost to innermost. (b) for different spin-orbit coupling strength with ? s ? 0.5, ? 1, ? 2, and ? 3 from innermost to outmost. [7] This leads to a lowering of the energy of the neighboring nucleus when the perturbing nucleus has one spin, and a raising of the energy whenwhen it has the other spin. [14] Coupling constants can be either positive or negative, defined as follows: coupling constants are positive if the energy of A is lower when X has the opposite spin as A (αβ or βα), and negative if the energy of A is lower when X has the same spin as A (αα or ββ). [14]

Electron tunneling in oxide superconductors Electron tunneling experiments in very well-characterized polycrystalline samples of Ba1?xKxBiO3 and Bi2Sr2Ca2Cu3O10?? show very clear features of the energy gap. [10] It is useful to compare the ARPES data with the data of optical and electron energy loss (EELS) spectroscopy. [10]

Although the XPS peaks of Mo 3d 3/2 and Mo 3d 5/2 have values consistent with the 1T and 2H phases of MoS 2, indicating a structural transformation to 1T phase, the S 2p peak has broadened and also shifted to lower binding energy values. [6] The calculated interaction energy per atom of Ga indicates a strong chemical interaction of gallenene with substrates, unlike the van der Waals solids (graphene, h-BN, MoS 2, etc.). [6] The adhesive force (energy) variation is consistent with the interaction energy of gallenene on different substrates. [6] The dipole correction was not considered in calculating the binding energy of gallenene on SiO 2 and GaN substrates. [6]

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