Hi,

This is MnO.struct which corresponds to AFM II.
In xcrysden you can increase the number of units shown
on the screen with Shift-n.

Xcrysden can also write the lattice vectors (in file .xsf with
"Save XSF Structure").

F. Tran

On Thu, 5 Nov 2015, Manish Jain wrote:


Dear WIEN2K Users,

Does Wien2K write the lattice vectors out to a file somewhere?

I am trying to calculate the AFM II rock-salt structure of MnO. However, as MnO has several AFM configurations possible, I would like to be able to check which one of the attached structure files corresponds to which configuration. Unfortunately mere visualization of the struct file with xcryden does not help much as I would like to transform all the lattice vectors to (pseudo-) cubic supercells and then visualize the structures.

Could you please tell me where to look for the lattice vectors in the output files?

Thanks for all your help.

Regards,
Manish

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