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Simple theory of elastically deformed metals: Surface energy, stress, and work function
Simple theory of elastically deformed metals: Surface energy, stress, and work function,10.1103/PhysRevB.62.10445,Physical Review B,Adam Kiejna,Valent
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Adam Kiejna
,
Valentin V. Pogosov
The effect of uniaxial strain on
surface properties
of simple metals is considered within the stabilized jellium model. The modified equations for the stabilization energy of the deformed WignerSeitz cells are derived as a function of the bulk
electron density
and the given deformation. The model requires as input the density parameter rs, the Poisson ratio, and
Young's modulus
of the metal. The results for surface energy, surface stress, and
work function
of simple metals calculated within the selfconsistent KohnSham method are also presented and discussed. A consistent explanation of the independent experiments on stressinduced contact
potential difference
at metal surfaces is given.
Journal:
Physical Review B  PHYS REV B
, vol. 621, no. 15, pp. 6662910450, 2000
DOI:
10.1103/PhysRevB.62.10445
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...In particular, using firstprinciples calculations Kiejna [
11
], Sekiba [12], Gong [13] found that the WF of pure metals increase (decrease) with an increase of compression (expansion)...
H. Q. Han
,
et al.
Effects of strain and strain rate on electronic behavior of metal surf...
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Effects of strain and strain rate on electronic behavior of metal surfaces under bending and tension tests
H. Q. Han
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C. B. Shi
,
W. M. Xu
,
C. M. Carl
Journal:
Materials & Design  MATER DESIGN
, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 633635, 2010
Response of the electron work function to deformation and yielding behavior of copper under different stress states
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Citations: 3
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Wen Li
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Y. Wang
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D. Y. Li
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