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Substitutional P in 512-atom silicon

RMIT University
Salvy Russo (Managed by)
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salvy.russo@rmit.edu.au

Applied Science, RMIT University Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

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INPUT file description:
The input file input.fdf gives all the input file parameters for this run. The file system.STRUCT_IN gives the structural coordinates.
The file formats are the standard SIESTA file format used in the SIESTA code. Details of this format can be found in the SIESTA user manual found at http://www.icmab.es/siesta/
OUTPUT file description:
SIESTA output for this run is given in file output. Computation resource information is also given in file siesta.o{job_id}.

Research Outcome:
The results from this run were used in the study of doping in silicon.

The data might be collected from the following HPC environments: The NCI Supercomputer National Facility, The VPAC Supercomputer Facility, and The RMIT HPC Facility.
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