volume 7, issue 4, P188 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.sd.20190704.11
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Abstract: Two-dimensional layered materials exhibit exotic optical, electrical and thermoelectric properties, which have drawn worldwide attention in the past decade. As a novel kind of two-dimensional semiconductor, monolayer Germanium Arsenide (GeAs) can be exfoliated from bulk solid and it owns excellent dynamical and thermal stability and tunable bandgap. Based on the first principles calculations, we investigate the geometric structure, electrical and magnetic properties of the pristine, Germanium vacancy (V Ge ) d…

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