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You can get the induced field components from an induced field object. If you call your induced field object ind, then you can get the Fourier transform of the field components by accessing ind.Fef_wvg. Adding the initial kick strength to this and taking the magnitude you can get the total electric field. Comparing the total electric field magnitude to the ...


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If I'm interpreting the manual correctly, it is not possible to define a complex external potential in CP2K. It specifies that the VALUES keyword to define the corresponding PARAMETERS of your potential has to be real. I don't know anything about the internal code of CP2K, so I don't know if this would be a simple modification of the code to accept complex ...


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