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Dielectric Tensor, Effective Charges, and Phonons in Alpha-quartz By Variational Density-functional Perturbation-theory

Bibliographic reference Gonze, Xavier ; Allan, DC. ; Teter, MP.. Dielectric Tensor, Effective Charges, and Phonons in Alpha-quartz By Variational Density-functional Perturbation-theory. In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 68, no. 24, p. 3603-3606 (1992)
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