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See detailABINIT: First-principles approach to material and nanosystem properties
Gonze, X.; Amadon, B.; Anglade, P.-M. et al

in Computer Physics Communications (2009), 180

ABINIT allows one to study, from first-principles, systems made of lectrons and nuclei (e.g. periodic solids, molecules, nanostructures, etc.), on the basis of Density-Functional Theory (DFT) and many ... [more ▼]

ABINIT allows one to study, from first-principles, systems made of lectrons and nuclei (e.g. periodic solids, molecules, nanostructures, etc.), on the basis of Density-Functional Theory (DFT) and many-Body Perturbation Theory. beyond the computation of the total energy, charge density and electronic structure of such systems, ABINIT also implements many dynamical, dielectric, thermodynamical, mechanical, or electronic properties, at different levels of approximation. The present paper provides an exhustive account of the capabilities of ABINIT. It should be helpful to scienttists that are not familirized with ABINIT, as well as to already regular users. First, we give a broad overview of ABINIT, including the list of the capabilities and how to access them. Then, we present in more details the recent, advance, developments of ABINIT, with adequate references to the underlying theory, as well as the relevant input variables, tests and, if available, ABINIT tutorials. [less ▲]

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