Coordination Imperfection Suppressed Phase Stability of Ferromagnetic , Ferroelectric , and Superconductive Nanosolids

@inproceedings{SunCoordinationIS,
  title={Coordination Imperfection Suppressed Phase Stability of Ferromagnetic , Ferroelectric , and Superconductive Nanosolids},
  author={Chang Q Sun and W. Y. Zhong and Shu-Shen Li and Ben Kang Tay}
}
Incorporating the recent bond order -length-strength correlation mechanism [Sun; et al. J. Phys. Chem. B 2002, 106, 10701] into the Ising premise has led to consistent insight, with an analytical expression, into the Curie temperature ( TC) suppression of ferromagnetic, ferroelectric, and superconductive nanosolids. The phase stability is related to the atomic cohesive/exchange energy that is lowered by the coordination number (CN) imperfection of the lower coordinated atoms near the surface… CONTINUE READING

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C. Q. Sun
Acta Mater . • 2003

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