Clark, S.J. and Robertson, J. (2009) 'Energy levels of oxygen vacancies in BiFeO(3) by screened exchange.', Applied physics letters., 94 (2). 022902.
The oxygen vacancy in BiFeO3 is calculated to be a double donor with states 0.6 eV below the conduction band edge, consistent with cathodoluminescence and electronic conductivity data. The atomic configurations were relaxed using the local density approximation plus Hubbard U (LDA+U) to the electron-correlation energy for each defect charge state to ensure that the oxide had a nonzero band gap. The defect formation energies were calculated using the screened exchange (sX) functional.
|Keywords:||Bismuth compounds, Cathodoluminescence, Conduction bands, Density functional theory, Electrical conductivity, Energy gap, Ferroelectric materials, Ferromagnetic materials, Hubbard model, Multiferroics, Vacancies (crystal).|
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