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Modulation effect of hydrogen and fluorine decoration on the surface work function of BN sheets
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Abstract

Using first-principles calculations within the framework of density-functional theory, we studied the modulation effect of hydrogen/fluorine chemical decoration on the surface work function of BN sheets. We found that the difference in the work function (ΔW BN ) between two surfaces of the chair structure varies with the different decoration. Geometric distortion and chemical effects cause opposite modulation effects, and the chemical effect plays a leading role by inducing charge redistribution in the system.

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