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Diversified properties of carbon substitutions in silicene

  title={Diversified properties of carbon substitutions in silicene},
  author={Hai Duong Pham and Shih‐Yang Lin and Godfrey Gumbs and Nguyen Duy Khanh and Ming-Fa Lin},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
The theoretical framework, which is built from the first-principles results, is successfully developed for investigating emergent two-dimensional (2D) materials, as it is clearly illustrated by carbon substitution in silicene. Computer coding with the aid of VASP in conjunction with data analysis from the multi-orbital hybridizations [spin configurations] are thoroughly identified from the optimal honeycomb lattices, the atom-dominated energy spectra, and the spatial charge density… 
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