The insulator-semiconductor CaF2-Si(111) interface is studied in the first stages of formation. The linear muffin-tin orbitals method in the atomic-sphere approximation is employed to investigated the F-Ca-Si(111) interface. The analysis of both valence and core electron states gives information about the nature of the bond between Ca, F and Si surface and allows one to interpret the available experimental data.

Initial formation of the CaF2 interface: a theoretical study / Ossicini, Stefano; C., Arcangeli; Bisi, Olmes. - In: SURFACE SCIENCE. - ISSN 0039-6028. - STAMPA. - 251:(1991), pp. 462-466.

Initial formation of the CaF2 interface: a theoretical study

OSSICINI, Stefano;BISI, Olmes
1991

Abstract

The insulator-semiconductor CaF2-Si(111) interface is studied in the first stages of formation. The linear muffin-tin orbitals method in the atomic-sphere approximation is employed to investigated the F-Ca-Si(111) interface. The analysis of both valence and core electron states gives information about the nature of the bond between Ca, F and Si surface and allows one to interpret the available experimental data.
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Initial formation of the CaF2 interface: a theoretical study / Ossicini, Stefano; C., Arcangeli; Bisi, Olmes. - In: SURFACE SCIENCE. - ISSN 0039-6028. - STAMPA. - 251:(1991), pp. 462-466.
Ossicini, Stefano; C., Arcangeli; Bisi, Olmes
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