Materials id 5046 / BeSO4 / bdt

Phonon band structure

../../_images/mp-5046-band.png

Phonon DOS

../../_images/mp-5046-dos.png

Thermal properties at constant volume

../../_images/mp-5046-tprops.png

POSCAR.yaml

POSCAR.yaml shows the crystal structure after the relaxation used for this phonon calculation.

lattice:
- [     4.5347276699999997,     0.0000000000000000,     0.0000000000000000 ] # a
- [     0.0000000000000000,     4.5347276699999997,     0.0000000000000000 ] # b
- [     0.0000000000000000,     0.0000000000000000,     6.9230375700000000 ] # c
points:
- symbol: Be # 1
  coordinates: [  0.0000000000000000,  0.0000000000000000,  0.5000000000000000 ]
  mass: 9.012182
- symbol: Be # 2
  coordinates: [  0.5000000000000000,  0.5000000000000000,  0.0000000000000000 ]
  mass: 9.012182
- symbol: S  # 3
  coordinates: [  0.5000000000000000,  0.0000000000000000,  0.2500000000000000 ]
  mass: 32.065000
- symbol: S  # 4
  coordinates: [  0.0000000000000000,  0.5000000000000000,  0.7500000000000000 ]
  mass: 32.065000
- symbol: O  # 5
  coordinates: [  0.2659299700000000,  0.1327340000000000,  0.3700548000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 6
  coordinates: [  0.1327340000000000,  0.7340700300000000,  0.6299452000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 7
  coordinates: [  0.8672660000000000,  0.2659299700000000,  0.6299452000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 8
  coordinates: [  0.7340700300000000,  0.8672660000000000,  0.3700548000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 9
  coordinates: [  0.7659299700000000,  0.6327340000000000,  0.8700548000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 10
  coordinates: [  0.6327340000000000,  0.2340700300000000,  0.1299452000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 11
  coordinates: [  0.3672660000000000,  0.7659299700000000,  0.1299452000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
- symbol: O  # 12
  coordinates: [  0.2340700300000000,  0.3672660000000000,  0.8700548000000000 ]
  mass: 15.999400
poscar_order:
- 1
- 2
- 3
- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8
- 9
- 10
- 11
- 12

Citation

The initial crystal structure used to perform phonon calculation is obtained from the Materials Project. The phonon band structure paths are determined using SeeK-path. More details about how to obtain the crystal structure, how to determine the band structure paths, and those citations are found at References and citations.

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