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** Chemical property bonding calculations **

** Property calculations/calculators **

For many years, our group has been using quantum-chemical methods to calculate properties of TM compounds. During the last decade, we focused on theoretical analysis of chemical bonds in TM compounds [3-7] and on elucidation of mechanisms of TM-mediated reactions [8], [Pg.199]

On the theoretical side the H20-He systems has a sufficiently small number of electrons to be tackled by the most sophisticated quantum-chemical techniques, and in the last two decades several calculations by various methods of electronic structure theory have been attempted [77-80]. More recently, new sophisticated calculations appeared in the literature they exploited combined symmetry - adapted perturbation theory SAPT and CCSD(T), purely ab initio SAPT [81,82], and valence bond methods [83]. A thorough comparison of the topology, the properties of the stationary points, and the anisotropy of potential energy surfaces obtained with coupled cluster, Moller-Plesset, and valence bond methods has been recently presented [83]. [Pg.320]

In addition to the obvious structural information, vibrational spectra can also be obtained from both semi-empirical and ab initio calculations. Computer-generated IR and Raman spectra from ab initio calculations have already proved useful in the analysis of chloroaluminate ionic liquids [19]. Other useful information derived from quantum mechanical calculations include and chemical shifts, quadru-pole coupling constants, thermochemical properties, electron densities, bond energies, ionization potentials and electron affinities. As semiempirical and ab initio methods are improved over time, it is likely that investigators will come to consider theoretical calculations to be a routine procedure. [Pg.156]

** Chemical property bonding calculations **

** Property calculations/calculators **

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