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For questions related to 2-dimensional materials which are periodic, i.e. crystalline.
Questions related to the design of materials (cost-effectiveness, functionality, fabrication procedures, etc.)
Questions related to the GAMESS(US) or GAMESS(UK) software.
For questions about the use of Crystallographic Information File – file format used in structural sciences.
Questions related to the tight binding method in materials science.
Questions related with quantum Monte Carlo methods.
Refers to forces that mediate interaction between molecules, including forces of attraction or repulsion which act between molecules and other types of neighboring particles, e.g. atoms or ions.
For questions about group theory and applications of symmetry groups of a configuration space.
Questions related to polymers.
For questions related to the Coupled Cluster electronic structure method.
Questions related to the various types of interatomic potentials that are used in materials modeling.
Questions related to the ab initio quantum chemistry software package Q-Chem. Q-Chem includes DFT/HF calculations as well as high level post-HF correlation methods.
For questions about using the SIESTA (Spanish Initiative for Electronic Simulations with Thousands of Atoms) electronic structure program.
The properties of graphene and their modelling.
Questions about Brillouin zones.
For questions about "spin angular momentum", spin states, and anything else having to do with spin.
Questions about charge density.
For questions about the PySCF electronic structure module for Python
For questions about (or involving) the MOLPRO electronic-structure package.
Question relating to structure in materials modeling. Can be on any scale.
Questions related to molecular interactions when calculating quantities in materials science.
Refers to an atom or molecule with an electronic configuration in a higher than normal energy state than it's ground-state. The excited-state may relax radiatively or non-radiatively.
Questions associated with relativistic concepts and methods in materials science.
Refers to the thermodynamic quantity representing both enthalpy and entropy factors.
For 1- and 2-electron integrals in electronic structure calculations, before Hartree-Fock or some other type of self-consistent-field calculation, or the integral transformation which is done after HF…
Questions related to spin models wrt materials modeling.
Questions related to nanostructures in materials modeling.
Questions related to DFT+U, where U is an extra term involving the Hubbard potential.
Questions about the GW approximation or the Bethe-Salpeter Equation (BSE).
Questions about dichalcogenides.
Questions about optical properties.
Questions requesting for an input file or part of an input file in order to do a certain thing in a specific software.
Questions about potentiology.
For questions about applying or developing QM/MM (quantum-mechanics/molecular-mechanics) hybrid models .
Questions relating to biomaterials modeling.
For questions about performing Complete Active Space Self Consistent Field calculations