Dear transiesta users,
I am studying the transport properties of phosphorene nanoribbons, and I
have calculated the electrostatic potential vs the transport direction.
As my electrodes are same as scattering region, it is expected that the
electrostatic potential of the scattering region, at the zero bias, were
equal to the electrodes potential.
But in my calculation the electrostatic potential of the electrodes are
same but they are about 0.1eV higher that the scattering region ( something
like this: \___/ ).
​ Please look at the attached picture.​
Would anyone please explain the reason
​ of this behavior​
​ ​


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