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.The linear–response linear-muﬃn-tin-orbital (LR-LMTO) programs described here are designed to perform linear–response calculations of the phonon spectra. applications are given Refs. [6, 7]. The purpose of the linear–response method is to ﬁnd change in charge density induced.ﬀerential equation (so–called Sternheimer’s equation) which is a linearized version of Schr¨dinger’s equation.linear–response lmto programs ”phn” user's manual

.The linear–response linear-muﬃn-tin-orbital (LR-LMTO) programs described here are designed to perform linear–response calculations of the phonon spectra. applications are given Refs. [6, 7]. The purpose of the linear–response method is to ﬁnd change in charge density induced.ﬀerential equation (so–called Sternheimer’s equation) which is a linearized version of Schr¨dinger’s equation.linear–response program package ”lmto magnons” user's manual

.The linear–response linear-muﬃn-tin-orbital (LR-LMTO) programs described here are designed to perform linear–response calculations of the dynamical spin., 3, 4]). The development described here is analogous to the linear–response calculation of the lattice dynamics and electron–phonon interactions. dynamical susceptibilities is appeared recently [9]. The purpose of the linear–response method is to ﬁnd change in charge density and.ﬀerential equation (so–called Sternheimer’s equation) which is a linearized version of Schr¨dinger’s equation.linear–response program package ”lmto magnons” user's manual

.The linear–response linear-muﬃn-tin-orbital (LR-LMTO) programs described here are designed to perform linear–response calculations of the dynamical spin., 3, 4]). The development described here is analogous to the linear–response calculation of the lattice dynamics and electron–phonon interactions. dynamical susceptibilities is appeared recently [9]. The purpose of the linear–response method is to ﬁnd change in charge density and.ﬀerential equation (so–called Sternheimer’s equation) which is a linearized version of Schr¨dinger’s equation.
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