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Electron work function: an indicative parameter towards a novel material design methodology
AbstractElectron work function (EWF) has demonstrated its great promise in materials analysis and design, particularly for single-phase materials, e.g., solute selection for optimal solid-solution strengthening. Such promise is attributed to the correlation of EWF with the atomic bonding and stability, which largely determines material properties. However, engineering materials generally consist of multiple phases. Whether or not the overall EWF of a complex multi-phase material can reflect itsdoi:10.1038/s41598-021-90715-4 pmid:34078932 pmcid:PMC8172940 fatcat:swhvsczhojbcdhyzzxlkgjhbo4