Probable electron distribution in crystal and the maximum range evaluation

Nakagawa, S.T.
April 1993
Applied Physics Letters;4/26/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 17, p2054
Academic Journal
Examines the maximum range evaluation and probable electron distribution. Description of electron gas density through the atomic Wigner-Seitz sphere approximation; Effect of Wigner-Seitz sphere approximation on a cluster; Proposal on a muffin-tin model; Approximation of a local density.


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