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Atomistic Modeling Of Surface And Bulk Properties Of Cu, Pd And The Cu-Pd System

G. Bozzolo, J. Garcés, R. Noebe, P. Abel, H. Mosca
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Abstract The BFS method for alloys is applied to the study of the Cu–Pd system. A variety of issues are analyzed and discussed, including the properties of pure Cu or Pd crystals (surface energies, surface relaxations), Pd/Cu and Cu/Pd surface alloys, segregation of Pd (or Cu) in Cu (or Pd), concentration dependence of the lattice parameter of the high temperature fcc CuPd solid solution, the formation and properties of low temperature ordered phases, and order–disorder transition temperatures. Emphasis is made on the ability of the method to describe these properties on the basis of a minimum set of BFS universal parameters that uniquely characterize the Cu–Pd system.
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