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Neelanjan Bhattacharya

bandgap in quantum dot lab

The quantum dot lab has an option to insert the effective mass to help select a user defined material. To make it more effective, could you please also include the bandgap and dielectric constant as a user defined parameter?

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    Benjamin P Haley

    Hi, Thanks for your interest in Quantum Dot Lab! Sorry we haven’t seen your question until now — it is missing the tool:qdot tag. The qdot tool uses a single band model which is entirely parametrized by the effective mass, so other parameters won’t affect the outcome.

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