Frequently asked questions
- How to use the Advanced search?
Advanced search allows to create complex conditions for searching the database. The expression is formed from separate fields connected by logical operators. You can group the fields using brackets, added by the buttons on sides of the field.
Wildcard % can be used to substitute any character.
The CCSD(T)/CBS level can not be reached directly. Instead, MP2/CBS result is obtained by extrapolation from calculations in growing basis sets, and then the difference between MP2 and CCSD(T) value is calculated in a largest suitable basis set and added to the MP2/CBS result. For details, see following papers:
Halkier, A.; Helgaker, T.; Jorgensen, P.; Klopper, W.; Koch, H.; Olsen, J.; Wilson, A. K. Chemical Physics Letters 1998, 286, 243.
Halkier, A.; Helgaker, T.; Jorgensen, P.; Klopper, W.; Olsen, J. Chemical Physics Letters 1999, 302, 437.
Jurecka, P.; Hobza, P. Chemical Physics Letters 2002, 365, 89.
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