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You can take a look here about how to generate UPF pseudos using the software ld1.x that is part of QuantumEspresso. In principle, you will need an input file with the information about the atom you want to generate the pseudopotential. Here is an example of an input file (infile) to generate the UPF pseudopotential for Si: &input title = 'all-electron ...


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Other answers are most welcome, but here I will outline the process through which I went to find a reference that you can cite for a hydrogen pseudopotential. Hopefully this will help you find references for other other elements, and to dig deeper on your own in cases where references for these types of things seem harder to find. I followed the URL in your ...


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