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Calculate magnetic flux generated by 3-D electronic charge

by carbon9
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Nov11-12, 02:41 AM
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Hi,

I'm trying to calculate the magnetic flux generated by a nanowire. I can calculate the 3-D electronic charge and the effective potential (using Siesta 3.0 - a DFT calculator). Having the 3-D electronic charge and effective potential in hand, how can I calculate the (self?) magnetic flux generated by this nanowire?

Thanks in advance...
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