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Nonlinear surface impurity in a semi-infinite 2D square latticeself.__wrap_n=self.__wrap_n||(self.CSS&&CSS.supports("text-wrap","balance")?1:2);self.__wrap_b=(e,t,r)=>{let n=(r=r||document.querySelector(`[data-br="\${e}"]`)).parentElement,a=e=>r.style.maxWidth=e+"px";r.style.maxWidth="";let s=n.clientWidth,i=n.clientHeight,l=s/2-.25,o=s+.5,u;if(s){for(a(l),l=Math.max(r.scrollWidth,l);l+1<o;)a(u=Math.round((l+o)/2)),n.clientHeight===i?o=u:l=u;a(o*t+s*(1-t))}r.__wrap_o||"undefined"!=typeof ResizeObserver&&(r.__wrap_o=new ResizeObserver(()=>{self.__wrap_b(0,+r.dataset.brr,r)})).observe(n)};self.__wrap_n!=1&&self.__wrap_b(":R12quuultfautta:",1)

We examine the formation of localized states on a generalized nonlinear impurity located at, or near the surface of a semi-infinite 2D square lattice. Using the formalism of lattice Green functions, we obtain in closed form the number of bound states as well as their energies and probability profiles, for different nonlinearity parameter values and nonlinearity exponents, at different distances from the surface. We specialize to two cases: impurity close to an "edge" and impurity close to a "corner". We find that, unlike the case of a 1D semi-infinite lattice, in 2D, the presence of the surface helps the formation of a localized state.
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Published on April 24, 2006
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