Trends in atom/molecule-surface van der Waals interactions

Trends in atom/molecule-surface van der Waals interactions,10.1016/S0039-6028(97)00136-2,Surface Science,Erika Hult,Adam Kiejna

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A recently proposed van der Waals density functional is used to predict the van der Waals coefficient and the van der Waals reference-plane position for a large number of atoms and molecules interacting with metal surfaces represented by a face-dependent stabilized-jellium model. The extensive tabulation makes it possible to assess the strength of the van der Waals forces for many more systems than have been considered previously in the literature. A prescription which is also valid for other systems is provided. The results show a characteristic dependence on atomic/molecular and bulk/surface parameters. For the van der Waals reference plane, the results are dominated by the pronounced dependence on the exposed crystal face of the metal.
Journal: Surface Science - SURFACE SCI , vol. 383, no. 1, pp. 88-94, 1997
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