lukethulin at netscape.net
Mon Jun 12 19:43:03 CEST 2006
What about non-metals. For example, how was the value of 6.255 chosen
for Si in example 5?
giannozz at nest.sns.it wrote:
>On Monday 12 June 2006 18:39, Luke Thulin wrote:
>>Is the Fermi Energy calculated and stored somewhere
>>so that I can do the same?
>in a metal (i.e. a system where occupancies are calculated
>using either tetrahedra or gaissian broadening) the Fermi
>energy is printed in the output of the self-consistent run and
>also saved in the data file, but not in the file containing e(k)
>that plotbands.x uses
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