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By Per-Olov Lowdin

Advances in Quantum Chemistry publishes surveys of present advancements within the speedily constructing box of quantum chemistry--a box that falls among the traditionally verified parts of arithmetic, physics, chemistry, and biology. With invited stories written via prime overseas researchers, each one providing new effects and insights, this caliber serial presents a unmarried automobile for following development during this interdisciplinary sector

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In the DODS/SAMO method Fa and FBare obtained for the target radical by transferring their values from calculations on pattern radicals and molecules. The overlap matrix S is evaluated exactly and equations are separately solved to give the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for orbitals with a spin and /3 spin, respectively. As shown in Eq. (23), the total energy ET can be obtained from a knowledge of the orbital energies A: and A{ and the matrix over the one-electron part of the Hamiltonian. ) + $Tr(RH) (231 Here V" is the nuclear repulsion energy, and the summation over A; and 1; is over the respective occupied orbitals.

The main point of interest is the evaluation of the rotational barrier. This turns out to be almost independent of the size of the subset but does depend on the use of the point charge approximation and on whether nonorthogonality is properly taken into account. These results for r = 34 basis functions are given in Table XVI. Neglect of nonorthogonality gives results which are seriously in error, but the point charge approximation is surprisingly good considering the closeness of the two CH, groups.

Thus we have the single determinant, different orbitals for different spin approaches (the so-called spin unrestricted Hartree-Fock U H F open-shell approach) (Pople and Nesbet, 1954) and the pairing up of all but the odd-electron approach (the so-called restricted Hartree-Fock RHF open-shell approach) (Roothaan, 1960). 36 8. O'leary, 6. J. Duke, and J. E. Eilers Since the SAMO method rests on the ability to choose suitable pattern molecules, it is not to be expected that the technique can be applied to the problem of simulating the wavefunction of those open-shell target radicals in which the odd electron is highly delocalized-in such cases it is not possible to choose pattern radicals that mimic the delocalization.

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