$input-scaling-factors¶ The base system for units is SI. However, most input quantities are assumed to be given in scaled form. For physical constants, see$physical-constants.

$input-scaling-factors required q0 double required m0 double required l0 double required e0 double required n3d0 double required n2d0 double required n1d0 double required eps0 double required phi0 double required prs0 double required t0 double required kp_k^0_zb double required ! zb = zinc blende kp_k^2_zb double required ! zb = zinc blende kp_k^0_wz double required ! wz = wurtzite kp_k^2A_wz double required ! wz = wurtzite kp_k^2B_wz double required ! wz = wurtzite$end_input-scaling-factors            required


Example

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$input-scaling-factors ! q0 = 1.6021766208e-19 ! charge [|electron charge e|] m0 = 9.10938356e-31 ! mass [free electron mass m0] l0 = 1e-9 ! length [nm] e0 = 1.6021766208e-19 ! energy [eV] n3d0 = 1e24 ! 3-dimensional number density [10^18 [cm^-3]] n2d0 = 1e16 ! 2-dimensional number density [10^12 cm^-2] n1d0 = 1e8 ! 1-dimensional number density [10^6 cm^-1] eps0 = 8.854187817e-12 ! dielectric constants [vacuum-permittivity] (exact) 8.854187817...e-12 phi0 = 1.0 ! electrostatic potential [V] prs0 = 1e9 ! pressure [GPa], e.g. for elastic constants t0 = 1e-9 ! time [ns] ! kp_k^0_zb = 1.6021766208e-19 ! spin-orbit coupling energy, deformation potentials [eV] kp_k^2_zb = 6.104264214606464e-39 ! k.p parameter L,M,N,B [h_bar^2/(2*m0)] ! kp_k^0_wz = 1.6021766208e-19 ! spin-orbit coupling energies, deformation potentials [eV] kp_k^2A_wz = 1.0 ! k.p parameter A1,A2,A3,A4,A5,A6 [], multiplied internally with [h_bar^2/(2*m0)] kp_k^2B_wz = 6.104264214606464e-39 ! k.p parameter B1,B2,B3 [h_bar^2/(2*m0)] [J/m^2]$end_input-scaling-factors            !
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It is assumed that input numbers are scaled to these units.

Note

[h_bar^2/(2*m0)] = kp_k^2_zb = kp_k^2B_wz