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Magnetic states and optical properties of single-layer carbon-doped hexagonal boron nitride
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10.1063/1.4730392
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FIG. 1.

Spin-resolved band structure and spin density plots for single substitutions in (a) h-BN and (b) graphene. Left and right panels of bandstructure correspond to the spin-up and spin-down bands, respectively. The dotted lines represent bulk graphene bands and the horizontal dashed line marks the Fermi level.

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FIG. 2.

Impurity state levels and trends of energy difference between S = 0 and S = 1 spin-state for 2-D h-BN with carbon substitutions. (a) and (b) two C atoms are at A-B sublattice sites-substituting a B and a N atom. (c) and (d) both C atoms are substituting B (or N) atoms, the A-A interaction. In both cases, there are four energy spectrum panels and the exchange trend as a function of separations. Each spectrum panel is divided by a dashed line into two, representing states for each of two C atoms. If both C atoms contribute equally to the formation of states, the states are drawn across the dashed line and the center of the line segment being at the dashed line.

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FIG. 3.

Changes in formation energy with increasing separation of a B (C) atom from the position of a B-N pair (C-C pair) or a B-N (C) hexagonal-ring embedded in graphene (h-BN). The energy of a pair or the closed hexagonal ring configuration is set to be zero. We refer to the position change of the B (C) atom marked by a cross from the pair configuration to one of sites labeled by triangles or squares as the “zigzag” or “armchair” separation, respectively. For hexagonal-rings, only “armchair” separations are studied and sites are labeled by diamonds. Filled and open symbols correspond to two inequivalent sublattice sites of the 2D hexagonal lattice.

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FIG. 4.

Energy spectra for graphene quantum dots embedded in h-BN. (a)-(i) present gradually changing spectra of a 10 × 10 supercell of h-BN containing up to nine C hexagonal rings, whereas (j)-(l) pertain to the six-fold symmetric hexagonal ring configurations containing one, seven, and nineteen rings. The energies for (a)-(b) structures lie in the UV range, those for (c)-(g) span the visible spectrum, whereas (h)-(i) belong to the infrared region. For the six-fold symmetric configurations, the structure (j) lies within the UV range, whereas the configurations (k)-(l) are both contained within the visible range of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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Scitation: Magnetic states and optical properties of single-layer carbon-doped hexagonal boron nitride
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/100/25/10.1063/1.4730392
10.1063/1.4730392
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