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Title: Structural stability and electronic properties of 2D alkaline-earth metal silicides, germanides, and stannides
Authors: Alekseev, A. Y.
Migas, D. B.
Filonov, A. B.
Borisenko, V. E.
Skorodumova, V. N.
Алексеев, А. Ю.
Мигас, Д. Б.
Филонов, А. Б.
Борисенко, В. Е.
Keywords: публикации ученых
2D silicides
structural stability
pseudo passivation effect
electronic band structure
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Institute of Pure and Applied Physics, Япония
Citation: Structural stability and electronic properties of 2D alkaline-earth metal silicides, germanides, and stannides / Alekseev A. Y. [et al.] // Japanese Journal of Applied Physics. – 2020. – Vol. 59, № 2. – P. SF0801. – DOI: 10.7567/1347-4065/ab641a.
Abstract: We present the results of an extended theoretical study of the structure, phonon, electronic and optical properties of 2D alkaline-earth metal silicides, germanides and stannides (2D Me2X, where Me=Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba and X=Si, Ge, Sn). The performed analysis has shown the occurrence of the pseudo passivation effect and ionic chemical bonding in these 2D Me2X. In addition, the preformed investigation of their phonon spectra has shown the absence of imaginary frequencies indicating the stability of these 2D structures. The band structure calculations performed using the hybrid functional have revealed that all 2D Me2X are semiconductors with the gap varying from 0.12 to 1.01 eV. Among them Mg- and Ca-based 2D materials are direct band-gap semiconductors with the first direct transition having appreciable oscillator strength. We also propose to consider ternary 2D silicides, germanides and stannides with different Me atoms as a feasible way to modify properties of parent 2D Me2X.
URI: https://libeldoc.bsuir.by/handle/123456789/42230
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