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Piece-Wise Constant Potential Barriers Tool

By Xufeng Wang1, Samarth Agarwal1, Gerhard Klimeck1, Dragica Vasileska2, Mathieu Luisier1, Jean Michel D Sellier1

1. Purdue University 2. Arizona State University

Transmission and the reflection coefficient of a five, seven, nine, eleven and 2n-segment piece-wise constant potential energy profile

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Version 1.2.8 - published on 21 Jul 2014

doi:10.4231/D3R20RX39 cite this

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1241 Was wondering how one can plot two relationships on the same graph. Thank you.
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986 How is the k (horizontal location for green dots) calculated?
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844 Is it working for triangular barrier?
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260 what does the tool improvement of version 1.1.9 really mean?
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257 the lattice constant for tight binding should be really used in the generation of the heterostructure
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256 Effective mass variation in pcpbt is not working correctly for tight binding
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222 the tight binding calculations do not yet allow for a change in effective masses
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170 single barrier choice results in no output
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164 compare a tight binding calculation to the analytical expansion methodin this tool
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163 for 100 barriers the resonance finder has some problems
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162 Feedback about the progress in the resonance finding would be great –
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153 transmission and reflection coefficients on exchanged axes
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152 the tool does not create transmission coefficients for a single barrier case
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