# Source code for ase.build.root

```
from math import log10, atan2, cos, sin
from ase.build import hcp0001, fcc111, bcc111
import numpy as np
[docs]def hcp0001_root(symbol, root, size, a=None, c=None,
vacuum=None, orthogonal=False):
"""HCP(0001) surface maniupulated to have a x unit side length
of *root* before repeating. This also results in *root* number
of repetitions of the cell.
The first 20 valid roots for nonorthogonal are...
1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 19, 21, 25,
27, 28, 31, 36, 37, 39, 43, 48, 49"""
atoms = hcp0001(symbol=symbol, size=(1, 1, size[2]),
a=a, c=c, vacuum=vacuum, orthogonal=orthogonal)
atoms = root_surface(atoms, root)
atoms *= (size[0], size[1], 1)
return atoms
[docs]def fcc111_root(symbol, root, size, a=None,
vacuum=None, orthogonal=False):
"""FCC(111) surface maniupulated to have a x unit side length
of *root* before repeating. This also results in *root* number
of repetitions of the cell.
The first 20 valid roots for nonorthogonal are...
1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 19, 21, 25, 27,
28, 31, 36, 37, 39, 43, 48, 49"""
atoms = fcc111(symbol=symbol, size=(1, 1, size[2]),
a=a, vacuum=vacuum, orthogonal=orthogonal)
atoms = root_surface(atoms, root)
atoms *= (size[0], size[1], 1)
return atoms
[docs]def bcc111_root(symbol, root, size, a=None,
vacuum=None, orthogonal=False):
"""BCC(111) surface maniupulated to have a x unit side length
of *root* before repeating. This also results in *root* number
of repetitions of the cell.
The first 20 valid roots for nonorthogonal are...
1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 19, 21, 25,
27, 28, 31, 36, 37, 39, 43, 48, 49"""
atoms = bcc111(symbol=symbol, size=(1, 1, size[2]),
a=a, vacuum=vacuum, orthogonal=orthogonal)
atoms = root_surface(atoms, root)
atoms *= (size[0], size[1], 1)
return atoms
def point_in_cell_2d(point, cell, eps=1e-8):
"""This function takes a 2D slice of the cell in the XY plane and calculates
if a point should lie in it. This is used as a more accurate method of
ensuring we find all of the correct cell repetitions in the root surface
code. The Z axis is totally ignored but for most uses this should be fine.
"""
# Define area of a triangle
def tri_area(t1, t2, t3):
t1x, t1y = t1[0:2]
t2x, t2y = t2[0:2]
t3x, t3y = t3[0:2]
return abs(t1x * (t2y - t3y) + t2x * (t3y - t1y) + t3x * (t1y - t2y)) / 2
# c0, c1, c2, c3 define a parallelogram
c0 = (0, 0)
c1 = cell[0, 0:2]
c2 = cell[1, 0:2]
c3 = c1 + c2
# Get area of parallelogram
cA = tri_area(c0, c1, c2) + tri_area(c1, c2, c3)
# Get area of triangles formed from adjacent vertices of parallelogram and
# point in question.
pA = tri_area(point, c0, c1) + tri_area(point, c1, c2) + tri_area(point, c2, c3) + tri_area(point, c3, c0)
# If combined area of triangles from point is larger than area of
# parallelogram, point is not inside parallelogram.
return pA <= cA + eps
def _root_cell_normalization(primitive_slab):
"""Returns the scaling factor for x axis and cell normalized by that factor"""
xscale = np.linalg.norm(primitive_slab.cell[0, 0:2])
cell_vectors = primitive_slab.cell[0:2, 0:2] / xscale
return xscale, cell_vectors
def _root_surface_analysis(primitive_slab, root, eps=1e-8):
"""A tool to analyze a slab and look for valid roots that exist, up to
the given root. This is useful for generating all possible cells
without prior knowledge.
*primitive slab* is the primitive cell to analyze.
*root* is the desired root to find, and all below.
This is the internal function which gives extra data to root_surface.
"""
# Setup parameters for cell searching
logeps = int(-log10(eps))
xscale, cell_vectors = _root_cell_normalization(primitive_slab)
# Allocate grid for cell search search
points = np.indices((root + 1, root + 1)).T.reshape(-1, 2)
# Find points corresponding to full cells
cell_points = [cell_vectors[0] * x + cell_vectors[1] * y for x, y in points]
# Find point close to the desired cell (floating point error possible)
roots = np.around(np.linalg.norm(cell_points, axis=1)**2, logeps)
valid_roots = np.nonzero(roots == root)[0]
if len(valid_roots) == 0:
raise ValueError("Invalid root {} for cell {}".format(root, cell_vectors))
int_roots = np.array([int(this_root) for this_root in roots
if this_root.is_integer() and this_root <= root])
return cell_points, cell_points[np.nonzero(roots == root)[0][0]], set(int_roots[1:])
[docs]def root_surface_analysis(primitive_slab, root, eps=1e-8):
"""A tool to analyze a slab and look for valid roots that exist, up to
the given root. This is useful for generating all possible cells
without prior knowledge.
*primitive slab* is the primitive cell to analyze.
*root* is the desired root to find, and all below."""
return _root_surface_analysis(primitive_slab=primitive_slab, root=root, eps=eps)[2]
[docs]def root_surface(primitive_slab, root, eps=1e-8):
"""Creates a cell from a primitive cell that repeats along the x and y
axis in a way consisent with the primitive cell, that has been cut
to have a side length of *root*.
*primitive cell* should be a primitive 2d cell of your slab, repeated
as needed in the z direction.
*root* should be determined using an analysis tool such as the
root_surface_analysis function, or prior knowledge. It should always
be a whole number as it represents the number of repetitions."""
atoms = primitive_slab.copy()
xscale, cell_vectors = _root_cell_normalization(primitive_slab)
# Do root surface analysis
cell_points, root_point, roots = _root_surface_analysis(primitive_slab, root, eps=eps)
# Find new cell
root_angle = -atan2(root_point[1], root_point[0])
root_rotation = [[cos(root_angle), -sin(root_angle)],
[sin(root_angle), cos(root_angle)]]
root_scale = np.linalg.norm(root_point)
cell = np.array([np.dot(x, root_rotation) * root_scale for x in cell_vectors])
# Find all cell centers within the cell
shift = cell_vectors.sum(axis=0) / 2
cell_points = [point for point in cell_points if point_in_cell_2d(point+shift, cell, eps=eps)]
# Setup new cell
atoms.rotate(root_angle, v="z")
atoms *= (root, root, 1)
atoms.cell[0:2, 0:2] = cell * xscale
atoms.center()
# Remove all extra atoms
del atoms[[atom.index for atom in atoms if not point_in_cell_2d(atom.position, atoms.cell, eps=eps)]]
# Rotate cell back to original orientation
standard_rotation = [[cos(-root_angle), -sin(-root_angle), 0],
[sin(-root_angle), cos(-root_angle), 0],
[0, 0, 1]]
new_cell = np.array([np.dot(x, standard_rotation) for x in atoms.cell])
new_positions = np.array([np.dot(x, standard_rotation)
for x in atoms.positions])
atoms.cell = new_cell
atoms.positions = new_positions
return atoms
```