Browsing by Subject "Binding energy"

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  • Tegenkamp, Christoph; Pfnür, Herbert (College Park, MD : American Institute of Physics, 2003)
    The results of the electronic structure of HTP on NaCl(100) and on poly-Ag(100) obtained with UPS and EELS are presented. Due to the relatively weak interactions of HTP on both surfaces studied, and the low saturation ...
  • Shirakawa, T.; Nishimoto, S.; Ohta, Y.; Fukuyama, H. (Bristol : IOP Publishing Ltd., 2009)
    Finite-size systems of the one-dimensional attractive Hubbard model with random potential are studied as an effective model for doped semiconductor nanotubes. We calculate the binding energy of Cooper pairs and pair ...
  • Sarkar, D.; Van Der Meulen, H.P.; Calleja, J.M.; Becker, J.M.; Haug, Rolf J.; Pierz, Klaus (College Park, MD : American Institute of Physics, 2006)
    The exciton and biexciton emissions of a series of single quantum dots of InAs in an AlAs matrix have been studied. These emissions consist of linear cross polarized doublets showing large values of both the biexciton ...
  • Liu, Yuping; Ma, Shuangying; Liu, Lifeng; Koch, Julian; Rosebrock, Marina; Li, Taoran; Bettels, Frederik; He, Tao; Pfnür, Herbert; Bigall, Nadja C.; Feldhoff, Armin; Ding, Fei; Zhang, Lin (Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2020)
    Several critical issues, such as the shuttling effect and the sluggish reaction kinetics, exist in the design of high-performance lithium–sulfur (Li-S) batteries. Here, it is reported that nitrogen doping can simultaneously ...
  • Rogge, M.C.; Fühner, C.; Keyser, U.F.; Haug, Rolf J. (College Park, MD : American Institute of Physics, 2004)
    The spin blockade in capacitively coupled quantum dots was discussed using local anodic oxidation (LAO) and electron beam lithography. The tunability of the interdot coupling as a function of top gate voltage and magnetic ...
  • Meyer, J.; Bredow, T.; Tegenkamp, Christoph; Pfnür, Herbert (College Park, MD : American Institute of Physics, 2006)
    Using density functional calculations, we show that the adsorption of ferrocene dithiol on the Ag(111) surface is remarkably flexible, i.e., a large number of different configurations have binding energies that differ by ...