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against CSFs which are single, double, etc. excitations relative to . For example, for
double excitations i,j m,n the equations read:
< i,j m,n | exp(-T) H exp (T) | > = E < i,j m,n | > = 0;
zero is obtained on the right hand side because the excited CSFs
1. The multiconfigurational self-consistent field ( MCSCF) method in which the
expectation value < | H | > / < | > is treated variationally and simultaneously
made stationary with respect to variations in the CI and C,i coefficients subject to the
constra
The amplitude for the so-called reference CSF used in the SCF process is taken as
unity and the other CSFs' amplitudes are determined, relative to this one, by RayleighSchrdinger perturbation theory using the full N-electron Hamiltonian minus the sum of
F
< a b|g|kl> = c Cc,k< a b|g| cl>,
which requires another N5 operations. This sequential, one-index-at-a-time transformation
is repeated four times until the final <ij|g|kl> array is in hand. The entire
transformation done this way requires 4N 5 multiplica
for twenty and thirty valence orbitals, 23,474,025 and 751,034,025 configurations arise,
respectively. Clearly, practical considerations dictate that CAS-based approaches be limited
to situations in which a few electrons are to be correlated using a few v
atom described by CSFs in which the two valence electrons of the Be atom are placed into
the 2s and 2p orbitals in all ways consistent with a 1S symmetry. Such special choices of
configurations give rise to what are called complete-active-space (CAS) MCSC
All of these determinants have all of their columns equal except the ith column; therefore,
they can be combined into a single new determinant:
= |1.i' . . . N|,
where the relaxed orbital i' is given by
i' = i + m Ci,m m.
The sum of CSFs that are singly
Chapter 19
Corrections to the mean-field model are needed to describe the instantaneous Coulombic
interactions among the electrons. This is achieved by including more than one Slater
determinant in the wavefunction.
Much of the development of the previous
Further insight into the meaning of the energies of occupied and virtual orbitals can
be gained by considering the following model of the vertical (i.e., at fixed molecular
geometry) detachment or attachment of an electron to the original N-electron molec
on the disk. Instead, their contributions to F, are accumulated 'on the fly' after which the
integrals are discarded.
To begin the SCF process, one must input to the computer routine which computes
F, initial 'guesses' for the C,i values corresponding to
occupied and virtual orbitals in terms of the chosen basis set. It is important to keep in mind
that the basis orbitals are not themselves the true orbitals of the isolated atoms; even the
proper atomic orbitals are combinations (with atomic values for th
<|1 .i .N|H|1 .i .N|> = 0.
The infinitesimal variation of i can be expressed in terms of its (small) components along
the other occupied j and along the virtual m as follows:
i = j=occ Uij j + m Uim m.
When substituted into |1 .i . |, the terms j'=occ|1 .
C. Orbital Energies and the Total Energy
For the N-electron species whose Hartree-Fock orbitals and orbital energies have
been determined, the total SCF electronic energy can be written, by using the SlaterCondon rules, as:
E = i(occupied) < i | h | i > +
VII. Observations on Orbitals and Orbital Energies
A. The Meaning of Orbital Energies
The physical content of the Hartree-Fock orbital energies can be seen by observing
that Fi = i i implies that i can be written as:
i = < i | F | i > = < i | h | i > + j(
C
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Polarization functions are essential in strained ring compounds because they provide the
angular flexibility needed to direct the electron density into regions between bonded atoms.
Functions with higher l-values and with 'sizes' more in line with tho
variational calculation on a species containing M monomers therefore requires the inclusion
of CSFs that are MxK-fold excited relative to the M-mer's dominant CSF.
B. Non-Variational Methods Such as MPPT/MBPT and CC do not Produce Upper
Bounds, but Yield
and will yield a size-extensive energy if the equations used to determine the CJa and CJb
amplitudes are themselves separable. In MPPT/MBPT, these amplitudes are expressed, in
first order, as:
CJa = < a b | H | *Ja b>/[ E0a + E0b - E*Ja -E0b]
(and analogo
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CSFs have equal or nearly equal amplitudes because it obtains the amplitudes of all but the
dominant CSF from perturbation theory formulas that assume the perturbation is 'small'.
D. The Coupled-Cluster Method
The implementation of the CC method begins mu
%Anlisis de un RDMP con fluido de intercmabio isotermo
global ko Ea R CAo deltaH ro Cp Ta U alfa
ko=1.07e12;
Ea=80480;
R=8.3144;
CAo=2e3;
Ta=323;
deltaH=-202520;
ro=1e6;
Cp=4.18;
Tmax=353;
To=323;
U=1.8e6;
xf=0.90;
tf=1.5;
alfa=0;
%Se introduce un ndice p
%Cculo de un RCFP con recirculacin
global q kd KE CAo xs RR
q=50;
kd=0.25;
Ke=8.5;
CAo=2;
xs=0.8;
RR=0:0.1:100;
%Clculo de los valores extremos
%Un RCMP
VMP=q*CAo*xs*cinetica_inv(xs);
%Un RCFP
VFP=q*CAo*quadl('cinetica_inv',0,xs);
%Clculo del volumen en f
%Anlisis dfe un RDMP con fluido de intercambio no isotermo
global ko Ea R CAo deltaH ro Cp Te alfa Cw
ko=1.07e12;
Ea=80480;
R=8.3144;
CAo=2e3;
deltaH=-202520;
ro=1e6;
Cp=4.18;
Cw=4.18;
Tmax=353;
To=323;
Te=298;
xf=0.9;
tf=1.5;
alfa=0;
%Introducimos un ndi
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