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giovanni.cantele at spin.cnr.it
Tue Jul 4 11:19:45 CEST 2017
Because the planar average is defined as the planar integral divided by the in-plane unit cell area, maybe you are getting the total charge divided by this area. Try to multiply your result by this area (maybe in a.u.^2) and see what happens
> On 4 Jul 2017, at 11:08, VineetKumar Pandey <vineetkumar.pandey at students.iiserpune.ac.in> wrote:
> I am trying to calculate charge density(rho) as a function of z axis. what I did by using pp.x and then average.x. but when I am integrating rho(z) with respect to z. I am not getting the total charge, that I have in my system. can anybody help me to get out of it? actually, my system is PbI2. and it has 18 e- in a unit cell.
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