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Serhiy Malynych

problem launching job

I was trying to simulate the spectra of silver(gold) core/dielectric shell nanoparticles. Unfortunately, the system gave an error message which reads as following. File “/apps/nmie/r8/rappture/nanophotonics_nmie.py”, line 178, in l2_n2=linespace(float(l1_matl2_diel),float(l1_matl2_diel),l_steps)/ref#spline the dielectric Name Error: name ‘l1_matl2_diel’ is not defined

Could you please fix the problem or explain what I possibly did wrong.

Thank you

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    Bala Krishna Juluri

    The bug is fixed and the new code should not have any problems with regard to metal as core and dielectric as shell.

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      Serhiy Malynych

      Dear Bala, I hate to say you that still there is the same problem with the tool. It gives an error again when simulating metal core/dielectric shell.

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        Bala Krishna Juluri

        Sorry about that. I forgot to approve the latest version and that was the reason it was not working. I have just approved it and it takes 48 hours to publish the approved version for public usage. I hope to see this bug get fixed finally :) -Bala

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    Bala Krishna Juluri

    From the error, it seems one of the material was not defined properly.

    Can you give exactly what parameters did you use, so that I can reproduce this error and fix it.

    Thanks, Bala krishna Juluri www.juluribk.com

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      Serhiy Malynych

      Dear Bala, I used both silver and gold as a core material with dielectric shell (n=1.44). I was trying to play with different radii of the particles and different radii ratios, but always get that error. The model defined was two layers particle. Thanks, Serhiy

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        Bala Krishna Juluri

        Now I get it. I fixed a small bug. It will take couple of days for the nanohub team to republish the fixed code for public use. I will let you know once it is operating normal. Bala

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