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Analytic gradient for DLPNO-CCSD

Is there a formula for analytical gradients (for geometry optimization) for the DLPNO-CCSD method? I ask because I know that it is not implemented in ORCA. Maybe PNO-CCSD is implemented in MRCC or ...
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Is it possible to do TD-DFT/6-31G+(d,p) calculations on a laptop?

In the recent publication: "Density Functional Theory Calculation on the Structural, Electronic, and Optical Properties of Fluorene-Based Azo Compounds", the author claimed to have used ...
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How to interpret molden AO/MO coefficients?

A simple calculation with Molpro 2012 on H2 molecule in cc-pvtz basis produces a molden file with 28 molecular orbitals. Each MO is defined with 30 AO/MO coefficient, but the number of symmetric AOs ...
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How to calculate homolytic bond dissociation energies?

An experimental colleague asked me how hard it would be to calculate homolytic bond-dissociation energies for different phosphonates which are involved in a Hydrophosphination. The compounds include ...
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Understanding the difference between Dunning and Karlsruhe basis sets

I have heard that TURBOMOLE works extremely fast (even compared to MOLPRO) with def2 basis sets, but is slow if Dunning basis sets are used. What is it about def2 basis sets that allows calculations ...
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Can MOLPRO (2012) calculate SA-CASSCF gradients with cc-pVDZ?

I have tried to calculate state-averaged gradients with MOLPRO using the default basis set cc-pvdz. However, I was met with the error message: ...
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What significant matter modelling methods are implemented in commercial software, for which there is no freeware alternative?

There is an ever-growing list of freeware and open-source software for solid-state physics and quantum chemistry. But many commercial programs still thrive, even in 2020, and their cost can be in ...
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How are one-/two- particle reduced density matrices printed in mainstream programs?

The FCIDUMP format is widely used for the communication of one- and two- body integrals. I wonder what formats are used for 1-/2-RDMs, which are important in many basis rotation or compression tasks. ...