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A Tight Binding Monte Carlo Simulation Approach to the Cohesive Energy of Amorphous Metallic Alloys

  • Frederic Lançon (a1), Luc Billard (a1) and Alain Pasturel (a2)

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We present microscopic calculations of the cohesive energy of amorphous metallic alloys. Our method is based on a tight-binding and Monte Carlo simulation approaches to calculate the equilibrium atomic structure. The same model tight-binding Hamiltonian is then used to calculate electronic structure and energy using a Bethe-Cluster approximation.

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A Tight Binding Monte Carlo Simulation Approach to the Cohesive Energy of Amorphous Metallic Alloys

  • Frederic Lançon (a1), Luc Billard (a1) and Alain Pasturel (a2)

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