[Pw_forum] about the quantum tunneling of diffusing atoms
lfhuang at theory.issp.ac.cn
Tue Mar 31 11:04:49 CEST 2009
Dear Prof. Baroni:
Thank you for your kind attention!
Yes, I totally agree with you. But the coordinates for the "quantum tunneling" are different from that for the
adiabatic diffusion, and it seems not easy to find to fulfil the realistic processes. So what I need now is well accepted model to find this kind of coordinates. I have found some papers related to quantum tunneling, but I am still wondering: are there some widely accepted model to find the configurations for quantum tunneling? Could you please introduce me some good papers related or expertise advice?
Thank you very much!
L. F. Huang
> From: Stefano Baroni
> Dear LF Huang,
> no code will ever be a substitute of common sense. What you need is
> simply the potential energy (i.e. "total energy" in the usual DFT
> parlance) of a system, as a function of the coordinates of the
> diffusing atom. As simple (or as complicated) as that!
> Stefano Baroni - SISSA & DEMOCRITOS National Simulation Center -
> http://stefano.baroni.me [+39] 040 3787 406 (tel) -528 (fax) /
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