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A chemical Hamiltonian approach study of the basis set superposition error changes on electron densities and one- and two-center energy components
Salvador Sedano, Pedro; Duran i Portas, Miquel; Fradera i Llinàs, Xavier
A comparision of the local effects of the basis set superposition error (BSSE) on the electron densities and energy components of three representative H-bonded complexes was carried out. The electron densities were obtained with Hartee-Fock and density functional theory versions of the chemical Hamiltonian approach (CHA) methodology. It was shown that the effects of the BSSE were common for all complexes studied. The electron density difference maps and the chemical energy component analysis (CECA) analysis confirmed that the local effects of the BSSE were different when diffuse functions were present in the calculations
25-03-2011
Anàlisi d'error (Matemàtica)
Enllaços d'hidrogen
Funcional de densitat, Teoria del
Sistemes hamiltonians
Density functionals
Error analysis (Mathematics)
Hamiltonian systems
Hydrogen bonding
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American Institute of Physics
         

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