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By Hansjörg Donnerberg

This booklet stories all of the cutting-edge simulation equipment used to enquire the atomistic-scale homes of technologically vital oxide fabrics. past and lots of contemporary effects are conscientiously mentioned.

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36404 -- NbS+... 36198 -- K+... 5 3 Ion-Ion Separation (It) Fig. 8. Short-range potentials for KNbO3. Arrows denote equilibrium ion-ion separations. (a) Empirical Nb5+... 0 2- potential. (b) Ab initio NbS+... 0 2- hydrostatic potential from the NbO6 cluster. (c) Empirical K+... O 2- short-range potential. (d) Empirical O 2-... 0 2- short-range potential 3. B a r i u m T i t a n a t e BaTiO3 belongs to the family of perovskite-structured oxides. At room temperature it is stable in its ferroelectric tetragonal phase.

Such polarization effects, which give rise to an additional embedding potential term z~Uembed can be conveniently described by employing a shell model-type pair potential representation of the outer crystal regions. Details of this approach are given below. As an alternative to the embedded cluster treatment presented above, one may employ the theory of electronic separability in order to discuss the embedding of clusters. The most essential idea within this approach, which derives from the group function description of McWeeny [23] and Huzinaga et al.

The more diffuse the crystalline anions are, the more important becomes the inclusion of the Madelung potential [113, 117, 120]. This is particularly obvious for oxides, because O 2- anions are unstable as isolated species. The stabilizing influence of the lattice potential is indispensable in this case. Recent computer modelling of the crystalline boric oxide B203 [121] has indicated significant failures of potentials derived from in vacuo quantum cluster calculations. It turned out to be insufficient to add the Madelung potential afterwards.

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