On the Electronic Structure of a Singly Ionized Cluster Composed of Closed Shell Atoms Or Molecules
The electronic structure of Mn + clusters is discussed, where M issome closed shell atom or molecule which forms an insulator in the bulk. Evidence is presented, that the charge is localized. The electronic structure can be described as Mj +Mn-j., where i is a small number, and very often j=2. The charge localization is similar to that discussed earlier for rare gas clusters.
KeywordsInternuclear Distance Closed Shell Charge Localization Induce Polarization Equilibrium Distance
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