Source code for BigDFT.Atoms

This module defines the atom class, which is a class which contains very
general descriptions of a single atom.
    from import MutableMapping
except ImportError:
    from collections import MutableMapping
from futile.Utils import write as safe_print

#: Conversion between Atomic Units and Bohr
AU_to_A = 0.52917721092
#: A list of valid keys for describing a multipole.
MULTIPOLE_ANALYSIS_KEYS = ['q0', 'q1', 'q2', 'sigma', 'multipole character']

[docs]def atomic_number(sym): """ Returns the atomic number associated with the given symbol. Args: sym (str): the atomic symbol of this atom. Returns: (int): the atomic number """ return _atomic_number[sym]
[docs]def atomic_weight(sym): """ Returns the weight number associated with the given symbol. Args: sym (str): the atomic weight of this atom. Returns: (int): the atomic weight """ return _atomic_weight[sym]
[docs]def number_to_symbol(number): """ Returns the symbol of atoms with a given atomic number. Args: number (int): the atomic number to lookup. Returns: (str): the atomic symbol with the given number. """ return [x for x in _atomic_number if _atomic_number[x] == number][0]
_atomic_number = {"H": 1, "D": 1, "He": 2, "Li": 3, "Be": 4, "B": 5, "C": 6, "N": 7, "O": 8, "F": 9, "Ne": 10, "Na": 11, "Mg": 12, "Al": 13, "Si": 14, "P": 15, "S": 16, "Cl": 17, "Ar": 18, "K": 19, "Ca": 20, "Sc": 21, "Ti": 22, "V": 23, "Cr": 24, "Mn": 25, "Fe": 26, "Co": 27, "Ni": 28, "Cu": 29, "Zn": 30, "Ga": 31, "Ge": 32, "As": 33, "Se": 34, "Br": 35, "Kr": 36, "Rb": 37, "Sr": 38, "Y": 39, "Zr": 40, "Nb": 41, "Mo": 42, "Tc": 43, "Ru": 44, "Rh": 45, "Pd": 46, "Ag": 47, "Cd": 48, "In": 49, "Sn": 50, "Sb": 51, "Te": 52, "I": 53, "Xe": 54, "Cs": 55, "Ba": 56, "La": 57, "Ce": 58, "Pr": 59, "Nd": 60, "Pm": 61, "Sm": 62, "Eu": 63, "Gd": 64, "Tb": 65, "Dy": 56, "Ho": 67, "Er": 68, "Tm": 69, "Yb": 70, "Lu": 71, "Hf": 72, "W": 74, "Re": 75, "Os": 76, "Ir": 77, "Pt": 78, "Au": 79, "Hg": 80, "Tl": 81, "Pb": 82, "Bi": 83, "Po": 84, "At": 85, "Rn": 86} _atomic_weight = {"H": 1.00794, "D": 2.0141, "He": 4.003, "Li": 6.941, "Be": 9.012182, "B": 10.811, "C": 12.0107, "N": 14.00674, "O": 15.9994, "F": 18.9984032, "Ne": 20.1797, "Na": 22.989770, "Mg": 24.3050, "Al": 26.981538, "Si": 28.0855, "P": 30.973761, "S": 32.066, "Cl": 35.4527, "Ar": 39.948, "K": 39.0983, "Ca": 40.078, "Sc": 44.955910, "Ti": 47.867, "V": 50.9415, "Cr": 51.9961, "Mn": 54.938049, "Fe": 55.845, "Co": 58.933200, "Ni": 58.6934, "Cu": 63.546, "Zn": 65.39, "Ga": 69.723, "Ge": 72.61, "As": 74.92160, "Se": 78.96, "Br": 79.904, "Kr": 83.80, "Rb": 85.4678, "Sr": 87.62, "Y": 88.90585, "Zr": 91.224, "Nb": 92.90638, "Mo": 95.94, "Tc": 98, "Ru": 101.07, "Rh": 102.90550, "Pd": 106.42, "Ag": 107.8682, "Cd": 112.411, "In": 114.818, "Sn": 118.710, "Sb": 121.760, "Te": 127.60, "I": 126.90447, "Xe": 131.29, "Cs": 132.90545196, "Ba": 37.327, "La": 138.90547, "Ce": 140.116, "Pr": 140.90766, "Nd": 144.242, "Pm": None, "Sm": 150.36, "Eu": 151.964, "Gd": 157.25, "Tb": 158.925354, "Dy": 162.500, "Ho": 164.930328, "Er": 167.259, "Tm": 168.934218, "Yb": 173.045, "Lu": 174.9668, "Hf": 178.486, "Ta": 180.94788, "W": 183.84, "Re": 186.207, "Os": 190.23, "Ir": 192.217, "Pt": 195.084, "Au": 196.966570, "Hg": 200.592, "Tl": 204.38, "Pb": 207.2, "Bi": 208.98040, "Po": None, "At": None, "Rn": None} _nzion_default_psp = {"H": 1.0, "D": 1.0, "He": 2.0, "Li": 1.0, "Be": 2.0, "B": 3.0, "C": 4.0, "N": 5.0, "O": 6.0, "F": 7.0, "Ne": 8.0, "Na": 1.0, "Mg": 2.0, "Al": 3.0, "Si": 4.0, "P": 5.0, "S": 6.0, "Cl": 7.0, "Ar": 8.0, "Cu": 11.0, "Zn": 12.0, "Br": 7.0}
[docs]class Atom(MutableMapping): """ Defines a wrapper for atoms. An atom may have many quantities associated with it. These quantities are get and set in a dictionary like fashion, allowing an atom to dynamically hold whatever data you need. However, we still wrap it in a class so that we can have some common operations for it, as well as so we can maintain suitable units. It is this class's responsibility to extract the main properties of an atom (position, symbol) from the dictionary. Args: data (dict): A dictionary of miscellaneous values to associate with this atom. """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): = dict() self.update(dict(*args, **kwargs)) @property def atomic_number(self): """ The atomic number of this atom. """ return atomic_number(self.sym) @property def atomic_weight(self): """ The atomic number of this atom. """ return atomic_weight(self.sym)
[docs] def dict(self): """ Convert to a dictionary. """ return
[docs] def get_external_potential(self, units="bohr"): """ Transform the atom into a dictionary ready to be put as external potential. """ from numpy import ndarray return_dict = {} return_dict["sym"] = self.sym return_dict["r"] = self.get_position(units) for k in MULTIPOLE_ANALYSIS_KEYS: if k in self: val = self[k] if isinstance(val, ndarray): return_dict[k] = list(val) else: return_dict[k] = val return return_dict
[docs] def serialize(self, units='bohr'): """ Transform the atom in a dictionary that can be employed for the construction of dataframes or pandas series. Args: units (str): the units for the positions Returns: dict: the serialized dictionary """ xyz = ['x', 'y', 'z'] atdict = {} for key, val in self.dict().items(): if key == self.sym: atdict['sym'] = self.sym reval = self.get_position(units=units) atdict.update({t+'_coord': reval[i] for i, t in enumerate(xyz)}) q_ion = self.get('nzion') # nzion(self.sym) if q_ion is not None: atdict['zion'] = q_ion mchar = self.dict().get('multipole character') if mchar is not None: q0 = self.dict()['q0'][0] if q_ion is not None: if mchar == 'gross': atdict['qel_0'] = q0 else: atdict['qel_0'] = q0 - q_ion else: if mchar == 'net': atdict['qel_0'] = q0 elif key == 'r': fac = AU_to_A if self.dict()['units'] == 'angstroem' else 1.0 atdict.update({key+'_'+str(i): t/fac for i, t in enumerate(val)}) elif key == 'units': atdict['units'] = units elif isinstance(val, list): atdict.update({key+'_'+str(i): t for i, t in enumerate(val)}) else: atdict[key] = val try: atdict["nel"] = self.nel except Exception: atdict["nel"] = None return atdict
@property def is_link(self): """ Whether or not this atom is a link atom or not. """ try: return self["link_atom"] except KeyError: return False @is_link.setter def is_link(self, v): self["link_atom"] = v @property def nel(self): """ The number of electrons in this atom. """ if "nzion" in self: return self["nzion"] elif self.sym in _nzion_default_psp: return _nzion_default_psp[self.sym] else: raise Exception("Number of electrons not set for this atom", "either explicitly set the nzion key or ", "try something like set_electrons_from_log") @nel.setter def nel(self, val): self["nzion"] = val @property def q0(self): """ Provides the charge of the atom. """ charge = self.get('q0') if charge is not None: charge = charge[0] return charge @property def q1(self): """ Provides the dipole of the atom. """ import numpy as np dipole = self.get('q1') # they are (so far) always given in AU if dipole is not None: dipole = np.array([dipole[2], dipole[0], dipole[1]]) return dipole
[docs] def set_multipole(self, mp, correct_charge=True): """ Given another atom or a dictionary, this sets the multipole related values of this with those values. Todo: Arrive at a standard that avoids having to do the charge correction here. Args: mp (dict): a dictionary which contains information about multipoles. correct_charge (bool): currently there is an inconsistency in terms of gross charge, and this corrects it. """ from copy import deepcopy for key in MULTIPOLE_ANALYSIS_KEYS: if key in mp: self[key] = deepcopy(mp[key]) # Correct the charge if correct_charge and "q0" in self and "nzion" in mp: self["q0"][0] += mp["nzion"] self['multipole character'] = 'net'
[docs] def get_force(self): """ Returns the force on the atom in the desired units. Returns: An array of position values. """ return self.get("force")
[docs] def set_force(self, force): """ Given an atom or a dictionary, this sets the force. Args: force (list): a list of force values. """["force"] = force
@property def sym(self): sym = _GetSymbol( if sym == 'r': sym =['sym'] return sym @sym.setter def sym(self, v): if 'sym' in['sym'] = v else: sym = self.sym val =[sym] del self[sym] self[v] = val
[docs] def get_position(self, units="bohr", cell=None): """ Returns the position of the atom in the desired units. Args: units (str): the units to return the position in. Default is bohr. cell (BigDFT.UnitsCell.UnitCell): the unit cell. If passed, the minimum image convention is enforced. Returns: An array of position values. """ from numpy import array list_pos = ['r_0', 'r_1', 'r_2'] # Grab the position from the store if 'r' in pos =['r'] elif all([c in for c in list_pos]): pos = [[c] for c in list_pos] else: pos =[self.sym] pos = array([float(x) for x in pos]) # Early exit if both desired and base units are reduced. if IsReduced(self) and IsReduced(units): return [float(x) for x in pos] # Reduced units requires a unit cell. if IsReduced(self) and cell is None: raise ValueError("Reduced units require a unit cell") # Convert the position to bohr. if IsReduced(self): pos = cell.to_cartesian(pos) elif IsAngstroem(self): pos /= AU_to_A elif not IsBohr(self): raise ValueError("Invalid unit stored in atom") # Enforce minimum image convention if cell is not None: pos = array(cell.minimum_image(pos, "bohr")) # Convert the position from bohr to the target units. if IsReduced(units): pos = cell.to_reduced(pos) elif IsAngstroem(units): pos *= AU_to_A elif not IsBohr(units): raise ValueError("Invalid Unit: " + units) return [float(x) for x in pos]
[docs] def set_position(self, new_pos, units="bohr"): """ Set the position of the atom. Args: new_pos (list): a list of floats defining the new position. units(str): the units of the new position being passed. Default is bohr. """ from numpy import array # Convert the input to the right units. pos = array(new_pos) if IsAngstroem(units): pos /= AU_to_A elif IsAngstroem(self): pos *= AU_to_A elif not IsBohr(self): raise ValueError("Invalid unit stored in atom") pos = [x for x in pos] # Insert if 'r' in['r'] = pos else:[self.sym] = pos pass
def __getitem__(self, key): return[self.__keytransform__(key)] def __setitem__(self, key, value):[self.__keytransform__(key)] = value def __delitem__(self, key): del[self.__keytransform__(key)] def __iter__(self): return iter( def __len__(self): return len( def __keytransform__(self, key): return key def __eq__(self, other): """ Compare two atoms. They are equal if they have the same position and symbol. other (dict, Atom): the atom (or something that can be cast to one) to compare with. """ from numpy.linalg import norm from numpy import array # Upcast to an Atom othercomp = Atom(other) # Compare Symbols sym1 = self.sym.title() sym2 = othercomp.sym.title() if sym1 != sym2: return False # Compare position pos1 = array(self.get_position()) pos2 = array(othercomp.get_position()) return norm(pos1 - pos2) < 1e-3
def _GetSymbol(atom): """ Provides the key which defines the element of the of atom. Arguments: atom (dict): a dictionary describing the atom. Returns: (str): the symbol the atom. Raises: ValueError: atom with no symbol """ ks = atom.keys() if 'sym' in ks: sym = atom['sym'] if len(sym) == 0: # fallback in case of no symbol sym = atom['name'][:1] return sym for k in ks: if k.title() in _atomic_number and isinstance(atom[k], list): if len(atom[k]) == 3: return k raise ValueError
[docs]def IsReduced(units): """ Checks if a string or atom has reduced as its units. Args: units: either a string or a (BigDFT.Atoms.Atom) """ if hasattr(units, 'store'): check ="units") if not check: return False else: check = units return check == "reduced"
[docs]def IsAngstroem(units): """ Checks if a string or atom has angstroem as its units. Args: units: either a string or a (BigDFT.Atoms.Atom). """ if hasattr(units, 'store'): check ="units") if not check: return False else: check = units return check in ["angstroem", "angstroemd0", "atomic", "atomicd0"]
[docs]def IsBohr(units): """ Checks if a string or atom has bohr as its units. Args: units: either a string or a (BigDFT.Atoms.Atom). """ if hasattr(units, 'store'): check ="units") if not check: return False else: check = units return check in ["bohr", "bohrd0"]
def _example(): """Test the atom module""" safe_print("Access the full data") test_atom = Atom({'r': [1.0, 0.0, 0.0], 'sym': "He", 'units': 'bohr'}) safe_print(dict(test_atom)) # Access the derived data safe_print(test_atom.sym) safe_print(test_atom.get_position()) safe_print(test_atom.get_position('angstroem')) safe_print() safe_print("Create a new atom with different units") new_atom = Atom({ 'r': [float(x) for x in test_atom.get_position('angstroem')], 'sym': test_atom.sym, 'units': 'angstroem'}) safe_print("Are these atoms equal?") safe_print(new_atom == test_atom) safe_print() safe_print("Now other times we get an array that looks more like this") test_atom = Atom(He=[1.0, 0.0, 0.0], units='bohr') safe_print(dict(test_atom)) safe_print("But everything else works as expected") safe_print(test_atom.sym) safe_print(test_atom.get_position()) safe_print(new_atom == test_atom) safe_print() safe_print("The atom can be used as a dict for adding new properties.") test_atom["frag"] = "ANA" for key, value in test_atom.items(): safe_print(key, value) safe_print() safe_print("And if we update the dictionary position or symbol,") safe_print("everything else reacts with suitable caution.") test_atom["He"] = [-1.0, 0.0, 0.0] safe_print(dict(test_atom)) safe_print(test_atom.get_position('angstroem')) safe_print("But you can change the symbol if you are working with the") safe_print("other representation.") safe_print(dict(new_atom)) new_atom["sym"] = "Na" safe_print(new_atom.sym) safe_print(dict(new_atom)) safe_print() safe_print("One final check of the atom comparison") new_atom["units"] = "bohr" new_atom["r"] = [-1.0, 0.0, 0.0] safe_print(new_atom.sym, new_atom.get_position()) safe_print(test_atom.sym, test_atom.get_position()) safe_print(new_atom == test_atom) safe_print() safe_print("We can also update the position") safe_print(test_atom.get_position()) safe_print(dict(test_atom)) test_atom.set_position([1.0, 1.0, 1.0], units="angstroem") safe_print(test_atom.get_position(units="angstroem")) safe_print(dict(test_atom)) safe_print() if __name__ == "__main__": _example()