Excitonic properties of hydrogen saturation-edged armchair graphene nanoribbons.

@article{Wang2011ExcitonicPO,
  title={Excitonic properties of hydrogen saturation-edged armchair graphene nanoribbons.},
  author={Min Wang and Chang Ming Li},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2011},
  volume={3 5},
  pages={
          2324-8
        }
}
First-principle density functional theory calculations with quasiparticle corrections and many body effects are performed to study the electronic and optical properties of armchair graphene nanoribbons (AGNRs) with variant edges saturated by hydrogen atoms. The "effective width" method associated with the reported AGNR family effect is introduced to understand the electronic structures. The method is further confirmed by analyses of the optical transition spectra and the exciton wavefunctions… 
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