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|ORIENTATIONAL DEPENDENCE OF THE INTERPHASE ENERGY OF LOW- TEMPERATURE MODIFICATION OF TITANIUM AT THE BOUNDARY WITH AN ORGANIC LIQUID
|Apekov, A. M.
Апеков, А. М.
|Non-polar organic liquid;Titanium;Interfacial energy;Polarization correction;Dispersion correction;Electron-statistical method
|Apekov А.М., Shebzukhova I.G. ORIENTATIONAL DEPENDENCE OF THE INTERPHASE ENERGY OF LOW- TEMPERATURE MODIFICATION OF TITANIUM AT THE BOUNDARY WITH AN ORGANIC LIQUID // Physical and chemical aspects of the study of clusters, nanostructures and nanomaterials. - 2022. - 14, 17-23. - DOI: 10.26456/pcascnn/2022.14.017
|PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF THE STUDY OF CLUSTERS NANOSTRUCTURES AND NANOMATERIALS
|Calculations of the interphase energy of low-temperature modification of titanium at the boundary with nonpolar organic liquids are carried out within the framework of the electron-statistical method, corrections to the interphase energy for the dispersion interaction of Wigner-Seitz cells and the electron density oscillation in the transition layer, the polarization of surface metal ions and organic liquid in the field of a semi-infinite metal are obtained. When calculating the interphase energy, changes in all components of the metal bond energy in the transition layer are considered – the eigenenergies of the electron gas, the energies of the interaction of the electron gas with ions. The effect of an organic liquid on the orientational dependence of the interphase energy of alpha-titanium and the corrections to the interphase energy taking into account the permittivity of the organic liquid is established. It is shown that the dispersion and oscillation corrections increase the interphase energy, and the polarization correction reduces the interphase energy. A sharp anisotropy of the interphase energy and corrections is obtained for this titanium structure.
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