Source code for py_sc_fermi.dos

import numpy as np
from typing import Tuple, Optional
from scipy.constants import physical_constants  # type: ignore

from import Vasprun  # type: ignore
from pymatgen.electronic_structure.core import Spin  # type: ignore

kboltz = physical_constants["Boltzmann constant in eV/K"][0]

[docs]class DOS: """ Class for handling density-of-states data and its integration. Args: dos (np.ndarray): density-of-states data. edos (np.ndarray): energies associated with density-of-states data. bandgap (float): band gap nelect (int): number of electrons in density-of-states calculation spin_polarised (bool): is the calculated density-of-states spin polarised? """ def __init__( self, dos: np.ndarray, edos: np.ndarray, bandgap: float, nelect: int, spin_polarised: bool = False, ): self._edos = edos self._bandgap = bandgap self._nelect = nelect self._spin_polarised = spin_polarised if self.spin_polarised: new_dos = np.sum(dos, axis=0) self._dos = new_dos else: self._dos = dos self.normalise_dos() if self.bandgap > self.emax(): raise ValueError( """bandgap > max(self.edos). Please check your bandgap and energy range (self.edos).""" ) @property def dos(self) -> np.ndarray: """density-of-states array Returns: np.ndarray: density-of-states data """ return self._dos @property def edos(self) -> np.ndarray: """energy associated with density-of-states data Returns: np.ndarray: energy associated with the density-of-states data """ return self._edos @property def bandgap(self) -> float: """bandgap of the density of states data Returns: float: bandgap """ return self._bandgap @property def spin_polarised(self) -> bool: """bool describing whether the density-of-states data is spin-polarised or not Returns: bool: True if the ``DOS`` is spin-polarised, else False """ return self._spin_polarised @property def nelect(self) -> int: """number of electrons in density of states calculation with which to normalise the ``DOS`` with respect to. Returns: int: number of electrons """ return self._nelect
[docs] @classmethod def from_vasprun( cls, path_to_vasprun: str, nelect: Optional[int] = None, bandgap: Optional[float] = None, ) -> "DOS": """Generate DOS object from a VASP vasprun.xml file. As this is parsed using pymatgen, the number of electrons is not contained in the vasprun data and must be passed in. On the other hand, If the bandgap is not passed in, it can be read from the vasprun file. Args: path_to_vasprun (str): path to vasprun file nelect (int): number of electrons in vasp calculation associated with the vasprun bandgap (Optional[float], optional): bandgap. Defaults to None. """ vr = Vasprun(path_to_vasprun, parse_potcar_file=False) densities = vr.complete_dos.densities vbm = vr.eigenvalue_band_properties[2] edos = vr.complete_dos.energies - vbm if len(densities) == 2: dos = np.array([densities[Spin.up], densities[Spin.down]]) spin_pol = True else: dos = np.array(densities[Spin.up]) spin_pol = False if nelect is None: nelect = int(vr.parameters["NELECT"]) if bandgap is None: bandgap = float(vr.eigenvalue_band_properties[0]) return cls( dos=dos, edos=edos, nelect=nelect, bandgap=bandgap, spin_polarised=spin_pol )
[docs] @classmethod def from_dict(cls, dos_dict: dict) -> "DOS": """return a ``DOS`` object from a dictionary containing the density-of-states data. If the density-of-states data is spin polarised, it should be stored as a list of two arrays, one for each spin. The order is not important. Args: dos_dict (dict): dictionary defining the density of states data """ nelect = dos_dict["nelect"] bandgap = dos_dict["bandgap"] dos = np.array(dos_dict["dos"]) edos = np.array(dos_dict["edos"]) spin_pol = dos_dict["spin_pol"] return cls( nelect=nelect, bandgap=bandgap, edos=edos, dos=dos, spin_polarised=spin_pol, )
[docs] def as_dict(self) -> dict: """Return a dictionary representation of the DOS object Returns: dict: DOS as dictionary Note: The defect dictionary will always report the DOS data is not spin polarised, even if the input data was. This is an artefact related to maintaining the ability of `py-sc-fermi` to read files formatted for the FORTRAN SC-Fermi code. Future versions will consider how the code parses these files such that this is no longer an issue. """ return dict( nelect=int(self.nelect), bandgap=float(self.bandgap), edos=list(self.edos), dos=list(self.dos), spin_pol=False, )
[docs] def sum_dos(self) -> np.ndarray: """ Returns: np.ndarray: integrated density-of-states up to the valence band maximum """ vbm_index = np.where(self._edos <= 0)[0][-1] sum1 = np.trapz(self._dos[: vbm_index + 1], self._edos[: vbm_index + 1]) return sum1
[docs] def normalise_dos(self) -> None: """normalises the density of states w.r.t. number of electrons in the density-of-states unit cell (``self.nelect``) """ integrated_dos = self.sum_dos() self._dos = self._dos / integrated_dos * self._nelect
[docs] def emin(self) -> float: """minimum energy in ``self.edos`` Returns: float: minimum energy in ``self.edos`` """ return self._edos[0]
[docs] def emax(self) -> float: """maximum energy in ``self.edos`` Returns: float: maximum energy in ``self.edos`` """ return self._edos[-1]
def _p0_index(self) -> int: """find index of the valence band maximum (vbm) in ``self.edos`` Returns: int: index of vbm """ return np.where(self._edos <= 0)[0][-1] def _n0_index(self) -> int: """find index of the conduction band minimum (cbm) in ``self.edos`` Returns: int: index of cbm """ return np.where(self._edos > self.bandgap)[0][0]
[docs] def carrier_concentrations( self, e_fermi: float, temperature: float ) -> Tuple[float, float]: """return electron and hole carrier concentrations from the Fermi-Dirac distribution multiplied by the density-of-states at a given Fermi energy and temperature. Args: e_fermi (float): fermi energy temperature (float): temperature Returns: Tuple[float, float]: concentration of holes, concentration of electrons """ p0 = np.trapz( self._p_func(e_fermi, temperature), self._edos[: self._p0_index() + 1] ) n0 = np.trapz( self._n_func(e_fermi, temperature), self._edos[self._n0_index() :] ) return p0, n0
def _p_func(self, e_fermi: float, temperature: float) -> float: """Fermi Dirac distribution for holes.""" return self.dos[: self._p0_index() + 1] / ( 1.0 + np.exp( (e_fermi - self.edos[: self._p0_index() + 1]) / (kboltz * temperature) ) ) def _n_func(self, e_fermi: float, temperature: float) -> float: """Fermi Dirac distribution for electrons.""" return self.dos[self._n0_index() :] / ( 1.0 + np.exp((self.edos[self._n0_index() :] - e_fermi) / (kboltz * temperature)) )