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electronic structure and phase stability of solids. by Donald Frank Gibbons

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
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Thesis (D.Sc.) -Univ. of Birmingham, Dept of Physical Metallurgy and Science of Materials.

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The first edition of this book, published in , provided an exposition of the LAPW method and its relationship with other electronic structure approaches, especially Car-Parrinello based Aspects of the progress over the last 40–50 years in calculating the electronic structure of solids and surfaces are sketched in the context of collaboration on the code now called :// This broken symmetry phase of solid matter with periodic lattice structure is at the root of various interesting and useful physical properties of solids ; some such examples of interesting physical properties will be discussed in the later part of this :// Electronic Structure and Influence of the Composition on the Stability of Molybdenum Cubic Carbide and Nitride. Ph.D. Thesis, Institute of Material Science, Kiev. Defect Structure of Solids. In: Ellis D.E. (eds) Density Functional Theory of Molecules, Clusters, and Solids. Understanding Chemical Reactivity, vol Springer, Dordrecht

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The potentially hard oxides ZrO 2 and HfO 2 are investigated using ab initio electronic structure calculations and structural properties of the lowest phases compared. In general there are strong similarities between some phases apart from the softer monoclinic baddeyelite phase, which in HfO 2 is the lowest energy phase with a bulk modulus almost twice that of :// Complex Inorganic Solids Structural, Stability, and Magnetic Properties of Alloys. Editors (view affiliations) Phase Stability and Phase Diagrams. Front Matter. Investigation of Structures and Properties of C 3 P 4 Alloy Using First-Principles Electronic Structure Calculation. Adele Tzu-Lin Lim, Jin-Cheng Zheng, Yuan Ping :// Downloadable (with restrictions)! Predicting measurable thermodynamic and kinetic properties of solids from first-principles requires the use of statistical mechanics. A major challenge for materials of technological importance arises from the fact that first-principles electronic structure calculations of elementary excited states are computationally very :// Calculation of the Electronic Structure of Antiferromagnetic Chromium with a Sinusoidal Spin Density Wave by the Method of Dirac Function Linear Combination V. Yu.