Spin-orbit coupling in fluorinated graphene

@article{Irmer2015SpinorbitCI,
  title={Spin-orbit coupling in fluorinated graphene},
  author={Susanne Irmer and Tobias Frank and Sebastian Putz and Martin Gmitra and Denis Kochan and Jaroslav Fabian},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={115141}
}
We report on theoretical investigations of the spin-orbit coupling effects in fluorinated graphene. First-principles density functional calculations are performed for the dense and dilute adatom coverage limits. The dense limit is represented by the single-side semifluorinated graphene, which is a metal with spin-orbit splittings of about 10 meV. To simulate the effects of a single adatom, we also calculate the electronic structure of a $10\ifmmode\times\else\texttimes\fi{}10$ supercell, with… Expand
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