Clean Os(0001) electronic surface states: A first-principle fully relativistic investigation

@article{Urru2018CleanOE,
  title={Clean Os(0001) electronic surface states: A first-principle fully relativistic investigation},
  author={Andrea Urru and Andrea Dal Corso},
  journal={Surface Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={671},
  pages={17-26}
}
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Spin-orbit splitting of quantum well states in n -monolayer Ir/Au(111) heterostructures

I.V.S. acknowledges the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation for funding in framework of State Task (No. 0721-2020-0033). Y.M.K. acknowledges the Fundamental Research

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