electronic structure

electronic structure

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′strək·chər]
(physics)
The arrangement of electrons in an atom, molecule, or solid, specified by their wave functions, energy levels, or quantum numbers.
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Contract award: complex preparation and analysis system for the implementation of in situ growth experiments and investigation of geometrical, chemical and electronic structure of semiconductor interfacial processes on the nanometer scale.
We investigated the effect of a surface defects, such as losing ligands and external charge, on the electronic structure and the energy transfer between methyl passivated silicon quantum dots (QDs).
The unique geometric and electronic structure of the nitrogenated crystals make it potentially suitable for use in electronics, sensors and catalysis.
Among the proposed methods for the modification of electronic structure of graphene, mention can be made of creating geometric limitation, interaction with substrate, deposition of atoms and molecules, uneven-making or imposing external field.
She explained that cobalt provides the new material the molecular and electronic structure that allows it to absorb oxygen from surroundings.
In the ever-expanding universe of compounds prepared to date," the article reads, "it is remarkable that a two-carbon ion with an apparently simple electronic structure could have eluded structural characterization until now.
Their electronic structure or color can be changed by electron beams without changing their outward structure.
Chen said the swift development of graphene and topological insulators has raised questions as to whether there are 3D counterparts and other materials with unusual topology in their electronic structure.
Prasad (physics, Indian Institute of Technology) introduces advanced undergraduate and graduate students in physics, materials science, chemical engineering, and chemistry to the electronic structure of materials.
In collaboration with the Elements Strategy Initiative Center for Magnetic Materials (ESICMM) at NIMS (supported by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology's "elements strategy project"), Fujitsu will perform ultra-large-scale computations on the K computer and develop a "multi-scale magnetic simulator" that brings micromagnetics together with material design based on first-principle electronic structure calculations(8).
They are largely concerned with properties arising from the electronic structure, but other applications, in catalysis or in optical media, are also discussed.
the electronic structure (E) is dedicated both for signal processing produced by the mechanical device transducer and for displaying the values for technological loads too.

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