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Image courtesy of Peter D. Haynes, Imperial College London
Results of a local orbital method for performing large-scale quantum-mechanical calculations on an entire gallium arsenide nanorod consisting of over 2,000 atoms. The lowest energy electron and hole states are indicated by the blue and red surfaces, respectively.