Main group atoms and dimers studied with a new relativistic ANO basis set
(2004) In The Journal of Physical Chemistry Part A: Molecules, Spectroscopy, Kinetics, Environment and General Theory 108(15). p.28512858 Abstract
 New basis sets of the atomic natural orbital (ANO) type have been developed for the main group and rare gas atoms. The ANO's have been obtained from the average density matrix of the ground and lowest excited states of the atom, the positive and negative ions, and the dimer at its equilibrium geometry. Scalar relativistic effects are included through the use of a DouglasKroll Hamiltonian. Multiconfigurational wave functions have been used with dynamic correlation included using secondorder perturbation theory (CASSCF/CASPT2). The basis sets are applied in calculations of ionization energies, electron affinities, and excitation energies for all atoms and the groundstate potentials for the dimers. These calculations include spinorbit... (More)
 New basis sets of the atomic natural orbital (ANO) type have been developed for the main group and rare gas atoms. The ANO's have been obtained from the average density matrix of the ground and lowest excited states of the atom, the positive and negative ions, and the dimer at its equilibrium geometry. Scalar relativistic effects are included through the use of a DouglasKroll Hamiltonian. Multiconfigurational wave functions have been used with dynamic correlation included using secondorder perturbation theory (CASSCF/CASPT2). The basis sets are applied in calculations of ionization energies, electron affinities, and excitation energies for all atoms and the groundstate potentials for the dimers. These calculations include spinorbit coupling using the RASSCF State Interaction (RASSISO) method. The spinorbit splitting for the lowest atomic term is reproduced with an accuracy of better than 0.05 eV, except for row 5, where it is 0.15 eV. Ionization energies and electron affinities have an accuracy better than 0.2 eV, and atomic polarizabilities for the spherical atoms are computed with errors smaller than 2.5%. Computed bond energies for the dimers are accurate to better than 0.15 eV in most cases (the dimers for row 5 excluded). (Less)
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 Roos, Björn ^{LU} ; Lindh, Roland ^{LU} ; Malmqvist, PerÅke ^{LU} ; Veryazov, Valera ^{LU} and Widmark, PerOlof ^{LU}
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 2004
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 The Journal of Physical Chemistry Part A: Molecules, Spectroscopy, Kinetics, Environment and General Theory
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 108
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 15
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 2851  2858
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 The American Chemical Society
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 15205215
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 10.1021/jp031064+
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