# Concepts of mathematical physics in chemistry : a tribute to by John R. Sabin, Remigio Cabrera-Trujillo

By John R. Sabin, Remigio Cabrera-Trujillo

*Concepts of Mathematical Physics in Chemistry: A Tribute to Frank E. Harris - half B,* offers a chain of articles bearing on vital subject matters in quantum chemistry, together with surveys of present subject matters during this rapidly-developing box that has emerged on the move component of the traditionally confirmed components of arithmetic, physics, chemistry, and biology.

- Presents surveys of present themes during this rapidly-developing box that has emerged on the pass element of the traditionally confirmed components of arithmetic, physics, chemistry, and biology
- Features precise studies written by way of major overseas researchers

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This is the minimum number of terms that can reveal the essential structure of a CC treatment of properties. , for the polarizability tensor α), as illustrated later in this section. In the CC theory,2,30,31 the exact wavefunction jΨ iCC of a system is À Á jΨ iCC ¼ exp + T^ jΦ0 i, where jΦ0i is an HF reference wavefunction and T^ is the excitation (cluster) operator. T^ is expressed as T^ ¼ T^ 1 + T^ 2 + ⋯ + T^ n ⋯, where T^ 1 , T^ 2 , …T^ n are single-, double-, … where ^ ðλÞ , λH i¼1 i i XNλ Nμ X ^ ðμÞ , μH i¼1 i i and 39 Parallel Linear-Response Coupled-Cluster-Theory Module n-excitation operators from jΦ0i.

10) and (12), can be evaluated with the CC diagrammatic techniques discussed in Refs. 78,79. , the μi Þ previously discussed ΔDpq, ΔΓ pqsr, ΔDðpqμi Þ , and ΔΓ ðpqsr ) and an 44 Ajith Perera and Jorge A. Morales MO-response density matrix term,75,80 which is calculated by solving a CPHF-type equation. As discussed in Section 1, this latter part is not included in the response treatment of the polarizabilities reported and discussed in Section 3. 44 Various types of first-order and second-order properties can be calculated with the CC response treatment expounded above.

Computational Details, Results, and Discussion 4. , 201346), we present a new massively parallel linear-response CC module to calculate up to second-order properties. This module benefits from the parallel-computing environment in the ACES III program, which includes the super instruction processor and the super instruction architecture language. This implementation is based on a CC response treatment of properties that is discussed in detail. While this module is applicable to any of the aforesaid properties, we illustrate its use through the calculation of the second-order static dipole polarizability tensors and their related average polarizabilities and polarizability anisotropies of large molecules.