For a discussion of the self-consistent field, see Schweber (1990 375376). Hartree became professor of theoretical physics at Manchester and returned to Cambridge University after the war. For his own account of his method, see Douglas Hartree, The Calculations of Atomic Structures (New York Wiley, 1957). [Pg.252]

Various theoretical methods and approaches have been used to model properties and reactivities of metalloporphyrins. They range from the early use of qualitative molecular orbital diagrams (24,25), linear combination of atomic orbitals to yield molecular orbitals (LCAO-MO) calculations (26-30), molecular mechanics (31,32) and semi-empirical methods (33-35), and self-consistent field method (SCF) calculations (36-43) to the methods commonly used nowadays (molecular dynamic simulations (31,44,45), density functional theory (DFT) (35,46-49), Moller-Plesset perturbation theory ( ) (50-53), configuration interaction (Cl) (35,42,54-56), coupled cluster (CC) (57,58), and CASSCF/CASPT2 (59-63)). [Pg.265]

Besides the elementary properties of index permutational symmetry considered in eq. (7), and intrinsic point group symmetry of a given tensor accounted for in eqs. (8)-(14), much more powerful group-theoretical tools [6] can be developed to speed up coupled Hartree-Fock (CHF) calculations [7-11] of hyperpolarizabilities, which are nowadays almost routinely periformed in a number of studies dealing with non linear response of molecular systems [12-35], in particular at the self-consistent-field (SCF) level of accuracy. [Pg.281]

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