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Electronic effects induced by single hydrogen atoms on the Ge(001) surface 114 102 2
Interaction of acetone with the Si(0 0 1) surface 186 167 0
Phosphine adsorption and dissociation on the Si(001) surface: an ab initio survey of structures 126 114 0
Doping and STM tip-induced changes to single dangling bonds on Si(0 0 1) 86 75 0
Water on silicon (001): C defects and initial steps of surface oxidation 181 145 7
Dissociative adsorption of molecular oxygen on the Cu(001) surface: a density functional theory study 196 157 3
Acetic acid on silicon (001): an exercise in chemical analogy 53 40 0
Energetics and stability within the microscopic, empirical model for finite, open-ended, single-walled, carbon nanotubes 75 73 0
Atomic and electronic structure of the Si(001)2 x 1-K surface 78 69 0
Atomic and electronic structure of the K/Si(111)√3x√3R30°-B chemisorption system 110 89 1
Small-radius clean and metal-doped boron carbide nanotubes: a density functional study 186 163 3
Structure and energetics of hydrogenated and dehydrogenated carbon tori 113 104 0
Reply to: Comment on 'Valence surface electronic states on Ge(001)' (commentary) 110 97 3
Valence surface electronic states on Ge(001) 149 136 5
Atomic and electronic structure of the Si(001)-Rb chemisorption system at 0.5 and 1.0 monolayer coverage 140 120 1
Atomic and electronic stucture of the Si(001)2x2-Li chemisorption system at 0.5 monolayer coverage 69 65 0
Structure and energetics of hydrogenated and dehydrogenated carbon tori 38 34 0
Interface and nanostructure evolution of cobalt germanides on Ge(001) 68 53 0
Importance of charging in atomic resolution scanning tunneling microscopy: study of a single phosphorus atom in a Si(001) surface 94 79 2
Properties of boron carbide nanotubes: density-functional-based tight-binding calculations 88 80 2
Phosphine dissociation on the Si(001) surface 94 88 0
Single P and As dopants in the Si(001) surface 135 124 11
Pb chain-like structures on the clean Si(001) surface - A DFT study 13 11 0
Molecular dissociation of group-V hydrides on Si(001) 111 95 1
Energetics of single- and double-layer steps on the Si(001) 2 x 1 surface calculated using the extended Brenner empirical potential 62 52 0
Importance of charging in atomic resolution scanning tunneling microscopy: study of a single phosphorus atom in a Si(001) surface 85 69 0
Electronic effects of isolated halogen atoms on the Ge(001) surface 18 13 0
Single hydrogen atoms on the Si(001) surface 194 164 1
Self-organisation of inorganic elements on Si(001) mediated by pre-adsorbed organic molecules 19 11 0
Spin-orbit and modified Becke-Johnson potential effects on the electronic properties of bulk Ge: a density functional theory study 39 25 0
Towards hybrid silicon-organic molecular electronics: the stability of acetone on the Si(0 0 1) surface 196 177 0
Clean and metal-doped bundles of boron-carbide nanotubes: a density functional study 214 192 2
Structural and electronic properties of chain-like structures formed by mixed PbAl dimers on Si(001) - computational DFT study 31 22 0
Phosphine adsorption and dissociation on the Si(001) surface: an ab initio survey of structures 131 124 0
Electronic effects of single H atoms on Ge(001) revisited 69 62 0
Evaluation of different models for the dissociation of silane on the Si(111)7 x 7 surface using the extended Brenner empirical potential 80 70 0
Boron segregation on the Si(111)√3 x √3R30° surface 92 83 0
Binding sites for SiH₂/Si(0 0 1): a combined ab initio, tight-binding, and classical investigation 139 116 0
Isolated benzene and dichlorobenzene on the Ge(1 0 0)-c(4 × 2) surface 29 22 0
Atomic and electronic structure of the Si(001)2x1-Li chemisorption system at 1.0 monolayer coverage 77 65 0
Topological electronic states of bismuth selenide thin films upon structural surface defects 2 2 0
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