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Tue Dec 16 01:44:50 CET 2014
That is perfect, thank you dear sir. I know the manual isn't "fine," but
neither does "F" stand for "fine" in "RTFM" :)
On Monday, December 15, 2014 2:17:05 PM UTC-7, Matt W wrote:
> section will print a SPIN_DENSITY cube file if you are running with an
> unrestricted method.
> The manual, at the moment, is neither *fine*, or existent.
> On Monday, December 15, 2014 8:23:24 PM UTC, Alex wrote:
>> Oh yes, I forgot about the spins, thanks.
>> Does CP2K output some sort of an electron density map that can be
>> visualized directly? I know I am probably asking a question that requires
>> me to RTFM, so my apologies in advance. It isn't out of being lazy, I
>> promise you. :)
>> On Monday, December 15, 2014 6:20:21 AM UTC-7, Samuel Andermatt wrote:
>>> You will probably also have to use the LSD keyword, because your number
>>> of spins becomes uneven.
>>> Negative values are ok.
>>> I think it will only be one charge, but you can verify it by simply
>>> trying it out. CP2K outputs the total number of electrons.
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