密度汎関数法による仕事関数の決定に関して Determination of the Work Function by the Density Functional Theory
Theoretical methods to determine the work function of metal surfaces using the density functional theory are reviewed. Evaluation of the Fermi energy relative to the vacuum level is usually done by utilizing rapid convergence of a local scalar potential obtained by subtracting the exchange-correlation potential from the total effective potential. We checked dependence on thickness <I>d</I><Sub>eff</Sub> of the vacuum layer, which is 1/<I>d</I><Sub>eff</Sub>, both for the Fermi energy and the vacuum level in finite slab models. Agreement between the theory and the experiments is shown for some typical metals.
- 表面科学 = Journal of The Surface Science Society of Japan
表面科学 = Journal of The Surface Science Society of Japan 29(5), 321-324, 2008-05-10
The Surface Science Society of Japan