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Surface energy density of metal nanostructures by Thomas-Fermi model
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10.1063/1.3615280
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(Color online) Schematic diagrams of (a) a metal in contact with vacuum and (b) the transformation from a metal without the surface effect to the one with the surface effect.

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(Color online) (a) Electric potential Φind and (b) free electron density n ind due to an external electric field acting in the x direction on a semi-infinite Ag solid. The parameters adopted in the calculation are as follow: |Eext| = 103 V/m, n 0 = 5.85 × 1028 m−3, the thickness of the surface dipole layer is 0.751 Å, and η = n 0, see Ref. 23.

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Normalized surface energy density, γ/γ bulk, as a function of the characteristic length d for different morphologies of Ag solid.

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2014-04-19
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Scitation: Surface energy density of metal nanostructures by Thomas-Fermi model
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