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Comparative study of rutile and anatase SnO2 and TiO2: Band-edge structures, dielectric functions, and polaron effects
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

The crystalline structures and Brillouin zones of rutile and anatase . The crystal structures are optimized via the HSE approach with: a = 4.737 Å; c = 3.186 Å for rutile SnO2 (r-SnO2), a = 4.592 Å; c = 2.948 Å for rutile TiO2 (r-TiO2), a = 3.975 Å; c = 10.203 Å for anatase SnO2 (a-SnO2), and a = 3.766 Å; c = 9.636 Å for anatase TiO2 (a-TiO2). The optimization reveals that and internal lattice parameter u is fairly similar for SnO2 and TiO2: u = 0.306 for r-SnO2 and 0.305 for r-TiO2, whereas u = 0.800 for a-SnO2 and 0.794 for a-TiO2.

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FIG. 2.

Electronic structures of r-SnO2, r-TiO2, a-SnO2, and a-TiO2 along two main symmetry directions (100) = ⊥ and (001) = ||. Solid lines and circles represent the HSE and GW0 energies, respectively. Energies refer to the VBM. Spin-orbit interaction is included.

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FIG. 3.

Close-up of the topmost VBs at the VBM from Fig. 2 .

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FIG. 4.

Atom and angular resolved DOS near the band-edges of r-SnO2, r-TiO2, a-SnO2, and a-TiO2, using the HSE functional and including a 0.03 eV Lorentzian broadening. The DOS has been scaled by (2l + 1)−1 for better visibility. The main difference between SnO2 and TiO2 is the strong cation 3d-character of the lowest CBs of TiO2.

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FIG. 5.

The imaginary part ε 2(ω) of the dielectric function from the HSE calculations of r-SnO2, r-TiO2, a-SnO2, and a-TiO2. The spectra are divided into transverse (⊥) and longitudinal (||) components, including a 0.03 eV Lorentzian broadening.

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FIG. 6.

The real part ε 1(ω) of the dielectric function obtained from the Kramers-Kronig transformation.

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FIG. 7.

The phonon parts of real dielectric functions simulated from the Lorentz model and Kramers-Heisenberg formula with multiphonon contributions in the limit of zero damping parameter ( ). The spectra are divided into transverse and longitudinal components, with the corresponding LO-TO splitting calculated using non-analytical correction.

Tables

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Table I.

Calculated Γ-point band energies En (Γ) of rutile SnO2(r-SnO2), rutile TiO2(r-TiO2), anatase SnO2(a-SnO2), and anatase TiO2(a-TiO2) in units of eV and referred to the VBM; cf. Figs. 2 and 3 . Spin-orbit coupling is included. The c 1 refers to the bottommost of CB, v 1, v 2, and v 3 refer to the uppermost, second, and third VB, respectively; see Fig. 3 .

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Table II.

The calculated effective electron and hole masses and at CBM and VBM together with the available experimental values. The corresponding polaron masses mp are also listed. The spin-orbit coupling is included.

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Table III.

Calculated high frequency and static dielectric constants ε and ε0 together with the experimental values. The || and represent the x-y plane and z-direction, respectively.

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Table IV.

The calculated infrared-active phonon frequencies of SnO2 and TiO2 at Г point using finite displacement method with non-analytical correction together with the experimental values. The frequencies are in units of meV. , where ω LO, j and ω TO, j are the LO and TO frequencies of the jth phonon mode (… represent there is no corresponding vibration modes).

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Table V.

The Born effective charge of SnO2 and TiO2 calculated from the derivative of the force on nuclei by a homogeneous effective electric field at the zero atomic displacement. The x, y, z directions along the a, b, and c crystal axis in the conventional cell of rutile and anatase. For rutile structure, only is presented ( ).

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Scitation: Comparative study of rutile and anatase SnO2 and TiO2: Band-edge structures, dielectric functions, and polaron effects
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