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mohd btati

Thanks for this tool, but can you support us with this movement equation or your reference please.

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    Pradeep Kumar Gudla

    Thanks for your interest on this tool. I am not sure if I got your question correctly, but the following reference might answer your question. To give more details about the tool, this tool, as described in the description page, we used a simple 1D model and considered the structure to be conductor while quantum effects are taken care using an empirical quantum correction term. The reference deals with these issues much more elaborately. Hope that helps.

    Ref: Z. tang et.al., J. Appl. Phys. 97 114304(2005)

    good luck

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