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Structures of nitrided Si(001) surfaces: First-principles theoretical study
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10.We also examined the structures with N trimers and tetramers, but found no stable 2×2 ordered structure.
11.The electronic state of this structure is semiconductive, and the energy gap is 1.32 eV.
12.Under equilibrium conditions, could be precipitated when However, such large kinetic motion to form is not allowed for the surface Si atoms in our calculations. Thus, we discuss the stability under nonequilibrium conditions using this phase diagram.
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