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Stability and magnetic behavior of exfoliable nanowire 1D materials

Joshua Paul1*, Janet Lu1, Sohum Shah1, Stephen Xie1, Richard Hennig1

1 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA

* Corresponding authors emails: joshua.thomas.paul@gmail.com
DOI10.24435/materialscloud:gq-6j [version v1]

Publication date: Jun 10, 2022

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Joshua Paul, Janet Lu, Sohum Shah, Stephen Xie, Richard Hennig, Stability and magnetic behavior of exfoliable nanowire 1D materials, Materials Cloud Archive 2022.73 (2022), doi: 10.24435/materialscloud:gq-6j.

Description

Low-dimensional materials can display enhanced electronic, magnetic, and quantum properties. However, 1D exfoliable nanowires have not been explored as much as their 2D and 0D counterparts. To address this, we use the topological scaling algorithm to identify all sufficiently metastable materials in the Materials Project database which have bulk crystals with one-dimensional (1D) structural motifs. We narrow our search to 263 bulk precursors which exfoliate unique 1D nanowires and contain d-orbital valence electrons. After exfoliating nanowires from these bulk precursors and applying structural optimization, we determine thermodynamic stability in both exfoliation energy (per-atom) and line tension (per-Angstrom) units, the latter of which we argue is a better predictor of stability in 1D materials. We further calculate the ferromagnetic ordering of these isolated nanowire materials. This repository reports the final atomic structure, thermodynamic stability, magnetic moment (assumed ferromagnetic), and MaterialsProject ID of the bulk precursor for the 1D nanowire materials found in this search. It further reports a list of MaterialsProject ID's for crystals which qualify as "bipartides", crystals which are actually two interwoven sub-networks within a single unit cell.

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nanowires.yaml
MD5md5:74d6ce8b6d75cfba5f478b24a972178e
707.7 KiB .yaml file containing the structure, thermodynamic, and magnetic information about the enclosed nanowires
bipartite_ids.txt
MD5md5:30928fd5fd5e7224c234c6cb04bacae2
226 Bytes List of MaterialsProject ID structures which qualify as "bipartides" by our search

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External references

Journal reference (Paper in which the data is discussed, In preparation)
J. Paul, J. Lu, S. Shah, S. Xie, R. Hennig

Keywords

nanowire DFT high-throughput

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2022.73 (version v1) [This version] Jun 10, 2022 DOI10.24435/materialscloud:gq-6j