Electronic stopping power in LiF from first principles.


Using time-dependent density-functional theory we calculate from first principles the rate of energy transfer from a moving proton or antiproton to the electrons of an insulating material, LiF. The behavior of the electronic stopping power versus projectile velocity displays an effective threshold velocity of approximately 0.2 a.u. for the proton… (More)



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@article{Pruneda2007ElectronicSP, title={Electronic stopping power in LiF from first principles.}, author={Jos{\'e} Miguel Pruneda and Daniel S{\'a}nchez-Portal and Alvaro Arnau and Joseba I{\~n}aki Juaristi and Emilio Artacho}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2007}, volume={99 23}, pages={235501} }