Electronic properties of transition metal oxides

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2003
Mete, Ersen
Transition metal oxides constitute a large class of materials with variety of very interesting properties and important technological utility. A subset with perovskite structure has been the subject matter of the current theoretical investigation with an emphasis on their electronic and structural behavior. An analytical and a computational method are used to calculate physical entities like lattice parameters, bulk moduli, band structures, density of electronic states and charge density distributions for various topologies. Results are discussed and compared with the available experimental findings.

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E. Mete, “Electronic properties of transition metal oxides,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2003.