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Fermi surface of ScB2 (view-1) Fermi surface of ScB2 (view-2) Fermi surface of MgB2
Fermi surfaces of ScB2 (left and middle) and MgB2 (right) (courtesy of Pablo de la Mora)
 
Anti-aliased figure Aliased figure
Example of anti-aliased (left) and aliased (right) graphics.
 
fcc unit cell fcc (111) surface
An fcc (111) surface (shown on the right plot) is obtained by a cut through an fcc crystal in the direction along the plane displayed in the left plot.
 
BTAH/Cu(111)
Benzotriazole (BTAH) adsorbed on the Cu(111) surface.
 
N2O/Pd(110) N2O/Pd(110)
N2O molecule adsorbed on the Pd(110) surface in two different orientations. Ref: A. Kokalj et al., J. Phys. Chem. B 107, 2741--2747 (2003).
 
N2O/Pd(110) N2O/Pd(110)
N2O/Pd(110) N2O/Pd(110)
Charge density difference for the horizontal (left) and tilted (right) N2O moieties adsorbed on Pd(110) surface. The charge flows from blue to red regions. Ref: A. Kokalj et al., J. Phys. Chem. B 107, 2741--2747 (2003).
 
charge density difference #1 charge density difference #2 charge density difference #3
Charge density difference of ethylene adsorbed on perfect Ag(001) surface (left), above mono-atomic step of Ag(410) surface (middle), and on-top of Ag ad-atom (right). Ref: A. Kokalj et al., J. Phys. Chem. B 106, 9839--9846 (2002).
 
Fermi surface of YBa2Cu3O7 (view-1) Fermi surface of YBa2Cu3O7 (view-2)
Fermi surface of YBa2Cu3O7 (courtesy of Pablo de la Mora)
 

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