Jan M L Martin

Jan M L Martin
Weizmann Institute of Science | weizmann · Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science

Ph.D., Habil.
Computational quantum chemistry and more

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August 2010 - July 2012
University of North Texas
Position
  • Distinguished University Research Professor
July 2007 - June 2008
Northwestern University
Position
  • Sabbatical with George C. Schatz
September 1996 - present
Weizmann Institute of Science
Position
  • Baroness Thatcher Professor of Chemistry
Description
  • Assistant Prof. Sep.1996-2001; Associate 2001-5; Full Prof. since 2005, in which year I succeeded Meir Lahav as the Thatcher Professor of Chemistry

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The S66 benchmark for noncovalent interactions has been re-evaluated using explicitly correlated methods with basis sets near the one-particle basis set limit. It is found that post-MP2 "high-level corrections" are treated adequately well using a combination of CCSD(F12*) with (aug-)cc-pVTZ-F12 basis sets on the one hand, and (T) extrapolated from...
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We present a family of minimally empirical double-hybrid DFT functionals parametrized against the very large and diverse GMTKN55 benchmark. The very recently proposed ωB97M(2) empirical double hybrid (with 16 empirical parameters) has the lowest WTMAD2 (weighted mean absolute deviation over GMTKN55) ever reported at 2.19 kcal/mol. However, refits o...
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Double hybrid density functional theory arguably sits on the seamline between wavefunction methods and DFT: it represents a special case of Rung 5 on the “Jacob's Ladder” of John P. Perdew. For large and chemically diverse benchmarks such as GMTKN55, empirical double hybrid functionals with dispersion corrections can achieve accuracies approaching...
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[Open Access] Atomic partial charges are among the most commonly used interpretive tools in quantum chemistry. Dozens of different 'population analyses' are in use, which are best seen as proxies (indirect gauges) rather than measurements of a 'general ionicity'. For the GMTKN55 benchmark of nearly 2,500 main-group molecules, which span a broad swa...
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[CC:BY 4.0] The large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark was used as a training set for parametrizing composite wavefunction thermochemistry protocols akin to G4(MP2)XK theory [B. Chan, A. Karton, K. Raghavachari, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 2019, 15, 4478-4484]. On account of their availability for elements H through Rn, Karlsruhe def2 basis set...
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Phosphinylidenes are an important class of organophosphorus compounds that can exhibit tautomerization between tricoordinated P(III) hydroxide (R1R2POH) and a pentacoordinated P(V) oxide (R1R2P(O)H) form. Herein we show, using the canonical variational transition state theory combined with multidimensional small-curvature tunneling approximation, t...
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Following earlier work that showed that the slow basis set convergence of double hybrid density functional theory can be obviated by the use of F12 explicit correlation in the GLPT2 step (second order Görling-Levy perturbation theory), we demonstrate here, for the very large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark suite, that the CPU time scaling...
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We have investigated the title question for the W4-08 thermochemical benchmark using l-saturated truncations of a large reference (REF) basis set, as well as for standard F12-optimized basis sets. With the REF basis set, the root-mean-square (RMS) contribution of i functions to the MP2-F12 total atomization energies (TAEs) is about 0.01 kcal/mol, t...
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To better understand the thermochemical kinetics and mechanism of a specific chemical reaction, an accurate estimation of barrier heights (forward and reverse) and reaction energy are vital. Due to the large size of reactants and transition state structures involved in real-life mechanistic studies (e.g., enzymatically catalyzed reactions), DFT rem...
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[Full text freely available at https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2204.11768 ] Double-hybrid density functional theory (DHDFT) offers a pathway to accuracies approaching composite wavefunction approaches like G4 theory. However, the GLPT2 (G{\"o}rling 2nd order perturbation theory) term causes them to partially inherit the slow $\propto L^{-3}$ (with $...
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Explicitly correlated calculations, aside from the orbital basis set, typically require three auxiliary basis sets: JK (Coulomb-exchange fitting), RI-MP2 (resolution of the identity MP2), and CABS (complementary auxiliary basis set). If unavailable for the orbital basis set and chemical elements of interest, the first two can be auto-generated on t...
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We put to the test a recent suggestion [Shee, J., et al. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2021, 12 (50), 12084-12097] that MP2 regularization might improve the performance of double-hybrid density functionals. Using the very large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark, we find that κ-regularization is indeed beneficial at lower percentages of Hartree-Fock e...
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We have investigated the title question for the W4-08 thermochemical benchmark using partial-wave truncations of a large reference (REF) basis set, as well as for standard F12-optimized basis sets. With the REF basis set, the root mean square (RMS) contribution of i functions to the total atomization energies (TAEs) is about 0.01 kcal/mol, the larg...
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We put to the test a recent suggestion [Shee, J.; Loipersberger, M.; Rettig, A.; Lee, J.; Head-Gordon, M. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2021, 12 (50), 12084–12097] that MP2 regularization might improve the performance of double-hybrid density functionals. Using the very large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark, we find that κ-regularization is indeed...
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Recent quantum chemical computations demonstrated the electron-acceptance behavior of this highly reactive cyclo[18]carbon (C18) ring with piperidine (pip). The C18-pip complexation exhibited a double-well potential along the N-C reaction coordinate, forming a van der Waals (vdW) adduct and a more stable, strong covalent/dative bond (DB) complex by...
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We have revisited the MOBH35 (Metal−Organic Barrier Heights, 35 reactions) benchmark [Iron, Janes, J. Phys. Chem. A, 2019, 123 (17), 3761−3781; ibid. 2019, 123, 6379−6380] for realistic organometallic catalytic reactions, using both canonical CCSD(T) and localized orbital approximations to it. For low levels of static correlation, all of DLPNO-CCSD...
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Recent quantum chemical computations demonstrated the electron-acceptance behavior of this highly reactive cyclo[18]carbon (C18) ring with piperidine (pip). The C18–pip complexation exhibited a double-well potential along the N–C reaction coordinate, forming a van der Waals (vdW) adduct and a more stable, strong covalent/dative bond (DB) complex by...
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Using the large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 dataset, we have tested the performance of pure and hybrid KS-DFT and HF-DFT functionals constructed from three variants of the SCAN meta-GGA exchange-correlation functional: original SCAN, rSCAN, and r2SCAN. Without any dis- persion correction involved, HF-SCANn outperforms the two other HF-DFT functi...
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It can be argued that electron correlation, as a concept, deserves the same prominence in general chemistry as molecular orbital theory. We show how it acts as Nature's “chemical glue” at both the molecular and supramolecular levels. Electron correlation can be presented in a general chemistry course in an at least somewhat intuitive manner. We als...
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We have revisited the MOBH35 (Metal-Organic Barrier Heights, 35 reactions) benchmark [Iron, M. A.; Janes, T. J. Phys. Chem. A 2019, 123 (17), 3761-3781; ibid. 2019, 123, 6379-6380] for realistic organometallic catalytic reactions, using both canonical CCSD(T) and localized orbital approximations to it. For low levels of static correlation, all of D...
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The S66 non-covalent interactions are studied through localized coupled-cluster methods and general LNO-CCSD(T)-based composite schemes. Very small RMS deviations (≤ 0.05 kcal/mol) for the low-cost composite approaches from the SILVER reference interaction energies of S66 indicate that we can safely avoid carrying out the largest basis set calculat...
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We propose here a DFT-based diagnostic for static correlation %TAEX[TPSS@HF - HF] which effectively measures how different the DFT and HF exchange energies for a given HF density are. This and %TAEcorr[TPSS] are two cost-effective a priori estimates for the adequacy of the importance of static correlation. %TAEX[TPSS@HF - HF] contains nearly the sa...
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The S66 non-covalent interactions are studied through localized coupled-cluster methods and general LNO-CCSD(T)-based composite schemes. Very small RMS deviations (\leq 0.05 kcal/mol) for the low-cost composite approaches from the SILVER reference interaction energies of S66 indicate that we can safely avoid carrying out the largest basis set calcu...
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While the inclusion of the nonlocal correlation in fifth rung "double hybrid" functionals is definitely beneficial, one might rightfully ask whether its evaluation in the basis of Kohn-Sham (KS) orbitals has additional value compared to the use of Hartree-Fock reference orbitals (in a type of multilevel scheme). We have investigated this question f...
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We have evaluated a set of accurate canonical CCSD(T) energies for stationary points on the potential energy surface for Ru(II, III) chloride carbonyl catalysis of two competing reactions between benzene and methyl acrylate (MA), namely, hydroarylation and oxidative coupling. We have then applied this set to evaluate the performance of localized or...
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By adding a GLPT3 (third-order Görling-Levy perturbation theory, or KS-MP3) term E3 to the XYG7 form for a double hybrid, we are able to bring down WTMAD2 (weighted total mean absolute deviation) for the very large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark to an unprecedented 1.17 kcal/mol, competitive with much costlier composite wave function ab i...
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By adding a GLPT3 (third-order G\"orling-Levy perturbation theory, or KS-MP3) term E3 to the XYG7 form for a double hybrid, we are able to bring down WTMAD2 (weighted total mean absolute deviation) for the very large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark to an unprecedented 1.17 kcal/mol, competitive with much costlier composite wavefunction ab...
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For revDSD double hybrids, the Görling-Levy second-order perturbation theory component is an Achilles' heel when applied to systems with significant near-degeneracy ("static") correlation. We have explored its replacement by the direct random phase approximation (dRPA), inspired by the SCS-dRPA75 functional of Kállay and co-workers. The addition to...
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We have explored the use of range separation as a possible avenue for further improvement on our revDSD minimally empirical double hybrid functionals. Such ωDSD functionals encompass the XYG3 type of double hybrid (i.e., xDSD) as a special case for ω → 0. As in our previous studies, the large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark suite was used...
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We consider the performance of combined PNO-F12 approaches for the interaction energies of water clusters as large as (H2O)20 by comparison to canonical CCSD(T)/CBS reference values obtained through n-body decomposition of post-MP2 corrections. We find that PNO-LCCSD(T)-F12b approaches with “Tight” cutoffs are generally capable of reproducing canon...
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The benzene–ethene and parallel-displaced (PD) benzene–benzene dimers are the most fundamental systems involving π–π stacking interactions. Several high-level ab initio investigations calculated the binding energies of these dimers using the coupled-cluster with singles, doubles, and quasi-perturbative triple excitations [CCSD(T)] method at the com...
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The total atomization energy of a molecule is the thermochemical cognate of the heat of formation in the gas phase, its most fundamental thermochemical property. We decompose it into different components and provide a survey of them, from which it emerges that the connected triple excitations contribution is the third most important one, about an o...
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The benzene...ethene and parallel-displaced (PD) benzene...benzene dimers are the most fundamental systems involving p-p stacking interactions. Several high-level ab initio investigations calculated the binding energies of these dimers at the CCSD(T)/CBS level of theory using various approaches such as reduced virtual orbital spaces and/or MP2-base...
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For the large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark suite, we have studied the performance of density-corrected density functional theory (HF-DFT), compared to self-consistent DFT, for several pure and hybrid GGA and meta-GGA exchange− correlation (XC) functionals (PBE, BLYP, TPSS, and SCAN) as a function of the percentage of HF exchange in the...
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We have explored the use of range separation as a possible avenue for further improvement on our revDSD minimally empirical double hybrid functionals. Such $\omega$DSD functionals encompass the XYG3 type of double hybrid (i.e., xDSD) as a special case for $\omega$->0. As in our previous studies, the large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark su...
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For revDSD double hybrids, the G\"orling-Levy second-order perturbation theory component is an Achilles' Heel when applied to systems with significant near-degeneracy ("static") correlation. We have explored its replacement by the direct random phase approximation (dRPA), inspired by the SCS-dRPA75 functional of K\'allay and coworkers. The addition...
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A hierarchy of wavefunction composite methods (cWFT), based on G4-type cWFT methods available for elements H through Rn, was recently reported by the present authors [ J. Chem. Theor. Comput. 2020, 16, 4238]. We extend this hierarchy by considering the inner-shell correlation energy in the second-order Møller–Plesset correction and replacing the We...
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Artist's rendition of the Jacob's Ladder in DFT. Each rung represents a new type of information being introduced. Rung 0 (Earth) is Hartree theory. Rung 1 is the local density approximation; Rung 2 are GGA (generalized gradient approximation) functionals; Rung 3 are meta-GGA functionals (that use the Laplacian of the density, or the kinetic energy...
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For the large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark suite, we have studied the performance of density-corrected density functional theory (HF-DFT), compared to self-consistent DFT, for several pure and hybrid GGA and meta-GGA exchange-correlation (XC) functionals (PBE, BLYP, TPSS, SCAN) as a function of the percentage of HF exchange in the hybri...
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[Full text at https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.01591 ] A hierarchy of wavefunction composite methods (cWFT), based on G4- type cWFT methods available for elements H through Rn, was recently reported by Semidalas and Martin [J. Chem. Theor. Comput. 2020, 16, 4238]. We extend this hierarchy by considering the inner-shell correlation energy in the second-or...
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The large and chemically diverse GMTKN55 benchmark was used as a training set for parametrizing composite wave function thermochemistry protocols akin to G4(MP2)XK theory (Chan et al, JCTC 2019, 15, 4478-4484). Even after reparametrization, the GMTKN55 WTMAD2 (weighted mean absolute deviation, type 2) for G4(MP2)-XK is actually inferior to that of...
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Localized orbital coupled cluster theory has recently emerged as a nonempirical alternative to DFT for large systems. Intuitively, one might expect such methods to perform less well for highly delocalized systems. In the present work, we apply both canonical CCSD(T) and a variety of localized approximations thereto to a set of flexible expanded por...
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Expanded porphyrins provide a versatile route to molecular switching devices due to their ability to shift between several π-conjugation topologies encoding distinct properties. Taking into account its size and huge conformational flexibility, DFT remains the workhorse for modeling such extended macrocycles. Nevertheless, the stability of Hückel an...
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We consider the performance of combined PNO-F12 approaches for the dissociation energy of water clusters as large as (H2O)20 by comparison to canonical CCSD(T)/CBS reference values obtained through n-body decomposition of post-MP2 corrections. We find that PNO-LCCSD(T)-F12b approaches with "Tight" cutoffs are generally capable of reproducing canoni...
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Localized orbital coupled cluster theory has recently emerged as an nonempirical alternative to DFT for large systems. Intuitively, one might expect such methods to perform less well for highly delocalized systems. In the present work, we apply both canonical CCSD(T) and a variety of localized approximations thereto to a set of expanded porphyrins...
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KEYWORDS charge distributions • population analysis • atoms in molecules • principal components of ionicity ABSTRACT Atomic partial charges are among the most commonly used interpretive tools in quantum chemistry. Dozens of different 'population analyses' are in use, which are best seen as proxies (indirect gauges) rather than measurements of a 'ge...
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In the present work we tested the performance of several new functionals for studying the mechanisms of concurrent reaction of hydroarylation and oxidative coupling catalyzed by Ru(II) chloride carbonyls. We find that DLPNO-CCSD(T) is an acceptable substitute for full canonical CCSD(T) calculations; that the recent ωB97X-V and ωB97M-V functionals e...
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Benchmarks that span a broad swath of chemical space, such as GMTKN55, are very useful for assessing progress in the quest for more universal DFT functionals. We find that the WTMAD2 metrics for a great number of functionals show a clear “Jacob’s Ladder hierarchy”; that the “combinatorial” development strategy of Head-Gordon and coworkers generates...
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p>Expanded porphyrins provide a versatile route to molecular switching devices due to their ability to shift between several π-conjugation topologies encoding distinct properties. Taking into account its size and huge conformational flexibility, DFT remains the workhorse for modeling such extended macrocycles. Nevertheless, the stability of Hückel...
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Double hybrid density functional theory arguably sits on the seamline between wavefunction methods and DFT: it represents a special case of Rung 5 on the "Jacobs Ladder" of John P. Perdew. For large and chemically diverse benchmarks such as GMTKN55, empirical double hybrid functionals with dispersion corrections can achieve accuracies approaching w...
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Although the three-dimensional structures of mouse and Torpedo californica acetylcholinesterase are very similar, their responses to the covalent sulfonylating agents benzenesulfonyl fluoride and phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride are qualitatively different. Both agents inhibit the mouse enzyme effectively by covalent modification of its active-site se...
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In the present work, we tested the performance of several new functionals for studying the mechanisms of concurrent reaction of hydroarylation and oxidative coupling catalyzed by Ru(II) chloride carbonyls. We find that DLPNO-CCSD(T) is an acceptable substitute for full canonical CCSD(T) calculations; that the recent {\omega}B97X-V and {\omega}B97M-...
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Benchmarks that span a broad swath of chemical space, such as GMTKN55, are very useful for assessing progress in the quest for more universal DFT functionals. We find that the WTMAD2 metrics for a great number of functionals show a clear "Jacob's Ladder hierarchy"; that the "combinatorial" development strategy of Head-Gordon and coworkers generates...
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We present a family of minimally empirical double-hybrid DFT functionals parametrized against the very large and diverse GMTKN55 benchmark. The very recently proposed wB97M(2) empirical double hybrid (with 16 empirical parameters) has the lowest WTMAD2 (weighted mean absolute deviation over GMTKN55) ever reported at 2.19 kcal/mol. However, our xrev...
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Although the three-dimensional structures of mouse and Torpedo californica acetylcholinesterase are very similar, their responses to the covalent sulfonylating agents benzenesulfonyl fluoride and phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride are qualitatively different. Both agents inhibit the mouse enzyme effectively by covalent modification of its active-site se...
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We discuss the interrelations between various basis set extrapolation formulas and show that for the nZaPa and aug-cc-pVnZ basis set formulas, for n=4–6 their behavior closely resembles the Petersson (L+a)-3 formula with a shift a specific to the basis set family and level of theory. This is functionally equivalent to the Pansini-Varandas extrapola...
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While the title question is a clear "yes" from purely theoretical arguments, the case is less clear for practical calculations with finite (one-particle) basis sets. To shed further light on this issue, the convergence to the basis set limit of CCSD (coupled cluster theory with all single and double excitations) and of different approximate impleme...
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The electrochemical reduction of CO2 is being extensively investigated in the recent years, where detailed mechanistic understanding could lead to the goal of finding a stable catalyst with high turnover frequencies and low reduction poten-tials. In the catalytic cycle of the carbon dioxide hydrogenase enzyme it has been suggested that the reduced...
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Scalar relativistic corrections to atomisation energies of first-and second-row molecules can be ratio-nalised in terms of a simple additive model, linear in changes in atomic s populations. In a sample of 200 first-and second-row molecules, such a model can account for over 98% of the variance (99% for the first-row subset). The remaining error ca...
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Scalar relativistic corrections to atomization energies of 1st-and 2nd-row molecules can be rationalized in terms of a simple additive model, linear in changes in atomic s populations. In a sample of 200 first-and second-row molecules, such a model can account for over 98% of the variance (99% for the first-row subset). The remaining error can be h...
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While the title question is a clear 'yes' from purely theoretical arguments, the case is less clear for practical calculations with finite (one-particle) basis sets. To shed further light on this issue, the basis set limits of CCSD (coupled cluster theory with all single and double excitations) and of different approximate implementations of CCSD-F...
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Electronic coupling matrix elements are important to the theoretical description of electron transfer processes. However, they are notoriously difficult to obtain accurately from time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT). Here, we use the HAB11 benchmark dataset of coupling matrix elements to assess whether TDDFT using optimally tuned range-...
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Electronic coupling matrix elements are important to the theoretical description of electron transfer processes. However, they are notoriously difficult to obtain accurately from time- dependent density functional theory (TDDFT). Here, we use the HAB11 benchmark dataset of coupling matrix elements to assess whether TDDFT using optimally-tuned range...
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00268976.2018.1478140 The inner-shell correlation contributions to the total atomization energies (TAEs) of the W4-17 computational thermochemistry benchmark have been determined at the CCSD(T) level near the basis set limit using several families of core correlation basis sets, such as aug-cc-pCVnZ (n=3-6), aug-cc-pwCVnZ...
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The inner-shell correlation contributions to the total atomisation energies of the W4-17 computational thermochemistry benchmark have been determined at the CCSD(T) level near the basis set limit using several families of core correlation basis sets, such as aug-cc-pCVnZ (n = 3–6), aug-cc-pwCVnZ (n = 3–5) and nZaPa-CV (n = 3–5). The three families...
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The inner-shell correlation contributions to the total atomization energies (TAEs) of the W4-17 computational thermochemistry benchmark have been determined at the CCSD(T) level near the basis set limit using several families of core correlation basis sets, such as aug-cc-pCVnZ (n=3-6), aug-cc-pwCVnZ (n=3-5), and nZaPa-CV (n=3-5). The three familie...
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The inner-shell correlation contributions to the total atomization energies of the W4-17 computational thermochemistry benchmark have been determined at the CCSD(T) level near the basis set limit using several families of core correlation basis sets, such as aug-cc-pCVnZ (n=3-6), aug-cc-pwCVnZ (n=3-5), and nZaPa-CV (n=3-5). The three families of ba...
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We discuss the interrelations between various basis set extrapolation formulas and show that for the nZaPa and aug-cc-pVnZ basis set formulas, for n=4--6 their behavior closely resembles the Petersson (L+a)^{-3} formula with a shift a specific to the basis set family and level of theory. This is functionally equivalent to the Pansini-Varandas extra...
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The reactivity of the H5PV2Mo10O40 polyoxometalate and its analogues as an electron transfer and electron transfer-oxygen transfer oxidant has been extensively studied in the past and has been shown to be useful in many transformations. One of the hallmarks of this oxidant is the possibility of its re-oxidation with molecular oxygen, thus enabling...
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We have re-evaluated the X40x10 benchmark for halogen bonding using conventional and explicitly correlated coupled cluster methods. For the aromatic dimers at small separation, improved CCSD(T)-MP2 "high-level corrections" (HLCs) cause substantial reductions in the dissociation energy. For the bromine and iodine species, (n-1)d subvalence correlati...
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p>We have re-evaluated the X40x10 benchmark for halogen bonding using conventional and explicitly correlated coupled cluster methods. For the aromatic dimers at small separation, improved CCSD(T)–MP2 “high-level corrections” (HLCs) cause substantial reductions in the dissociation energy. For the bromine and iodine species, (n-1)d subvalence correla...
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The inner-shell correlation contributions to the total atomization energies of the W4-17 computational thermochemistry benchmark have been determined at the CCSD(T) level near the basis set limit using several families of core correlation basis sets, such as aug-cc-pCVnZ (n=3-6), aug-cc-pwCVnZ (n=3-5), and nZaPa-CV (n=3-5). The three families of ba...