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 $\Delta_{\rm so}$ is the spin-orbit split-off energy. $\Delta_{\rm so}$ is the spin-orbit split-off energy.
  
-  * Option a) Specify conduction band offset (CBO) $E_{\rm c}$\\ ''<​UseConductionBandOffset>​true</​UseConductionBandOffset>''​+  * Option a) Specify conduction band offset (CBO) $E_{\rm c}$\\ ''<​UseConductionBandOffset>​yes</​UseConductionBandOffset>''​
 $$E_{\rm hh}(T) = E_{\rm c} - E_{\rm gap}(T)$$ $$E_{\rm hh}(T) = E_{\rm c} - E_{\rm gap}(T)$$
  
-  * Option b) Specify valence band offset (VBO) $E_{\rm v,av}$\\ The conduction band edge $E_{\rm c}$ is calculated and depends on temperature.\\ ''<​UseConductionBandOffset>​false</​UseConductionBandOffset>''​ (default)+  * Option b) Specify valence band offset (VBO) $E_{\rm v,av}$\\ The conduction band edge $E_{\rm c}$ is calculated and depends on temperature.\\ ''<​UseConductionBandOffset>​no</​UseConductionBandOffset>''​ (default)
 \begin{align*} \begin{align*}
   E_{\rm hh}   & = E_{\rm v,​av}+\frac{1}{3}\Delta_{\rm so}\\   E_{\rm hh}   & = E_{\rm v,​av}+\frac{1}{3}\Delta_{\rm so}\\
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