Carbon cage-like materials as potential low work function metallic compounds: Case of clathrates

Timoshevskil, V.; Connétable, D.; Blase, X.
February 2002
Applied Physics Letters;2/25/2002, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p1385
Academic Journal
Examines the electronic affinity of the hypothetical C-46 clathrate. Observation of a carbon cage-like system; Functionality of the cage-like systems; Applicability to the design of electron-emitting devices.


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