|Mar20-09, 08:20 AM||#1|
How to calculate density of states without box?
I am currently doing some research and wonder how I could calculate the density of states of a system without packing it in a box and take the limit to infinity? Is there any way to do that? Its not completely necessary for my work I just wondered if there is any nice way.
Thanks for all comments!
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