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The linear contribution to the stopping power was calculated by Horing et al. [6] and the ﬁrst non-linear term was obtained in a paper by Bergara et al. [60]. In Fig. 14, we show the stopping power of an impurity moving on a 2D electron gas ðd ¼ 0Þ as a function of projectile charge for quadratic response correction [60] (dot-dashed line) and self-consistent DFT calculation with (solid line) and without (dashed line) the inclusion of exchange and correlation term [50] in the effective potential.

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