When does bismuth become a semimetal?
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This paper presents the results of quantum chemical calculations of the structure and energy parameters of bismuth nanoclusters. The energy characteristics of Bi8, Bi18, Bi50, Bi98, and Bi162 clusters are determined.
KeywordsBismuth High Occupied Molecular Orbital Density Functional Theory Method Bulk Bismuth Gapless State
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