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Shaikh S. Ahmed

effective mass

I was simulating a rectangular nanowire with the default parameters. It generated extremely small (0.0001) effective masses for band 1 valley 1. Please have a look. Also, we need to have the density of states calculated.

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    Anonymous

    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

    Hope you can fix your problem soon.

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    Anonymous

    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

    Hope you can fix your problem soon.

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    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

    Hope you can fix your problem soon.

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    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

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    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

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    Jose Pablo Arrieta

    I had a similar problem but I used more k points until it eventually worked fine, at least for me.

    Hope you can fix your problem soon.

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    Abhijeet Paul

    Could you please increase the number of k-points and then resimulate the structure. Keep Nk say 101 points and then simulate. This will help in giving a better initial guess for obtaining the effective mass at a given E and K. Rest we are fixing this issue to make the solution more robust.

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      Shaikh S. Ahmed

      Effective masses in 110 nanowires are still not working!

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        Abhijeet Paul

        We are working on it will update this page once the issue gets resolved. Thanks for the input.

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    Abhijeet Paul

    Thanks for letting us know this. Presently there are some issues in the effective mass calculation and these results come because of the erraneous calculation procedure.

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