Questions tagged [dftb-plus]

DFTB+ is a software package that can carry out fast quantum mechanical calculations using the Density Functional Tight-Binding method

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How do I fix the 4 nodes ignored DFTB input file error in the attached input file?

I am trying to run MD using DFTB+ v 22.2, however, my input fails with the following errors: ...
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How accurate is DFTB+ in reproducing DFT result?

I am trying to study the shifts in the Fermi level of a graphene - ssDNA hydrid system, depending on the identity of the ssDNA. The structures are obtained from a classical MD simulation, and cannot ...
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What is the significance of xtb message: Interaction energies are not physical?

I have been exploring xtb and used it to run docking on an ion pair. I get the message at the end in the .log file. The xyz files of input structures were obtained from Gaussian output files. Is there ...
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Convergence issues in DFTB+ calculations?

I am trying to calculate the Fermi level of a DNA-graphene system. I was able to get the calculations for graphene and DNA strand to converge separately. However, when I try to calculate the same for ...
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DFTB+ parameters for additional atoms

I wonder if anyone here knows about additional atomic parameters and interactions sets for atoms not currently present in the DFTB parameter sets. The parameter sets are located at DFTB parameters. ...
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Calculation of DOS from DFTB+?

I am trying to calculate the DOS and PDOS for a graphene-DNA structure. Upon referring the manual, I understand that we need to have charges converged before computing the DOS. Following this, I have ...
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Differences between DFTB3 energy and HF energy [closed]

I was performing DFTB3 calculation with DFTB+ on water monomer. This is my input. ...
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How do I create geometry files for carbon nanoribbons and molecular junctions for DFTB+?

I am currently learning DFTB+ using the tutorials on the official website : Carbon Nanoribbons : ...