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  • Emergence of a Kondo singlet state with Kondo temperature well beyond 1000 K in a proton-embedded electron gas

    Takada Yasutami , Maezono Ryo , Yoshizawa Kanako

    Hydrogen in metals has attracted much attention for a long time from both basic scientific and technological points of view. Its electronic state has been investigated in terms of a proton embedded in …

    Physical Review B 92(15), 155140-1-155140-11, 2015-10-23

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  • Electronic Structure of Small Spherical Metal Shells

    Takeshi Inaoka

    … The ground-state electronic structure of small spherical metal shells is examined on the basis of a model system which consists of valence electrons and a spherical jellium shell (JS). … By varying the electron number and the inner radius of the JS under the charge-neutrality condition of the whole system, we closely examine how the electronic structure evolves from a jellium-sphere system to an electron system sharply localized around a spherical surface. …

    Science reports of the Research Institutes, Tohoku University. Ser. A, Physics, chemistry and metallurgy 41(2), 133-140, 1996-03-22

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  • Thickness Dependence of Electronic Structure of Small Spherical Metal Shells

    INAOKA Takeshi

    … We investigate the ground-state electronic structure ofsmall spherical metal shells on the basis of a model system whichconsists of valence electrons and a spherical jellium shell (JS). … By varying theelectron number and the inner radius of the JS, conserving the chargeneutrality of the whole system, we closely examine how the electronicstructure evolves from a jellium-sphere system to an electron systemsharply localized around a spherical surface. …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(5), 1658-1672, 1995-05-15

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  • Transferability of Norm-Conserving Pseudopotentials : Si, Al and Alkali Metal Elements Embedded in a Jellium

    MIKAMI Masayoshi , FUJIWARA Takeo

    … Transferability of the first-principle pseudopotentials istested for a pseudoatom embedded in a jellium. … The neutral sphere radiusis the most important parameter for the transferability which issensibly dependent upon the charge density parameter r<SUB>s</SUB> … Once the neutral sphere radius is smaller than the coreradius of the pseudopotential, sufficient transferability cannotrevive even with the core-correction in a pseudoatom-in-jellium model. …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(5), 1629-1643, 1995-05-15

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  • Screening in Metal Clusters

    SONODA Kohji , HOSHINO Kozo , WATABE Mitsuo

    … For this purpose we employ a jellium sphere as a model for a metal cluster and calculate the change in the electronic states when an extra positive point charge is introduced at its center, by solving the Kohn-Sham equation in the local-density approximation. …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(2), 540-548, 1995-02-15

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  • Screening in Metal Clusters.

    Sonoda Kohji , Hoshino Kozo , Watabe Mitsuo

    … For this purpose we employ a jellium sphere as a model for a metal cluster and calculate the change in the electronic states when an extra positive point charge is introduced at its center, by solving the Kohn-Sham equation in the local-density approximation. …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(2), 540-548, 1995

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  • Characteristics of Electronic Structure of Small Spherical Metal Shells.

    Inaoka Takeshi

    … The ground-state electronic structure of a small spherical metal shell is investigated on the basis of the model system composed of valence electrons and a spherical jellium shell (JS). … The results of our calculation highlight the characteristics of the electronic structure of the small spherical metal shell, which can be understood in terms of the transition from the electronic structure of the metal sphere to that of the electron system sharply localized around a spherical surface. …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 63(7), 2490-2493, 1994

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  • Space-Time Correlation Function in Quantal and Classical Binary Mixtures-2-Liquid Metals as Coupled Electron-Ion Systems

    Junzo CHIHARA , Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute

    … The ion-ion structure factor is similar to that of the Percus-Yevick hard-sphere model except that the first peak is shifted to the small wave-number side and distorted in an asymmetrical form. … thus, the radial distribution function of electrons almost coincides with that calculated from the jellium model. … We may conclude that the ions in a simple liquid metal are moving around without disturbing the uniform density distribution of the electron gas, which behaves as if in the jellium model. …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 55(2), p340-355, 1976-02

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