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The GW approximation: content, successes and limitations. Properties of advanced coupled-cluster Green's function. Molecular Physics , , Spectral properties from Matsubara Green's function approach: Application to molecules. Peschel, Ferdinand Belaj, Nadia C. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry , 5 , Accurate description of charged excitations in molecular solids from embedded many-body perturbation theory. Erik P. Hoy, David A. Mazziotti, Tamar Seideman. Development and application of a 2-electron reduced density matrix approach to electron transport via molecular junctions.

The Journal of Chemical Physics , 18 , Christof Holzer, Wim Klopper. Communication: Symmetry-adapted perturbation theory with intermolecular induction and dispersion energies from the Bethe—Salpeter equation. Giantomassi, X. Gonze, G. Rignanese, G. Automation methodologies and large-scale validation for GW : Towards high-throughput GW calculations.

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So Hirata, Alexander E. Doran, Peter J. Knowles, J. The Journal of Chemical Physics , 4 , Natural transition orbitals for the calculation of correlation and excitation energies. Chemical Physics Letters , , Ionization energies and electron affinities from a random-phase-approximation many-body Green's-function method including exchange interactions.

Jan Wilhelm, J? Periodic GW calculations in the Gaussian and plane-waves scheme. Noa Marom. Accurate description of the electronic structure of organic semiconductors by GW methods. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter , 29 10 , Katharina Krause, Wim Klopper. Implementation of the Bethe? Journal of Computational Chemistry , 38 6 , Areefen Rassamesard, Teparksorn Pengpan. Simulation study on the effects of chemical structure and molecular size on the acceptor strength in poly 3-hexylthiophene -based copolymer with alternating donor and acceptor for photovoltaic applications.

Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics , 50 6 , Babu Ram, Abhishek K. Strain-induced indirect-to-direct band-gap transition in bulk SnS2. Joseph V. Optimized virtual orbital subspace for faster GW calculations in localized basis. The Journal of Chemical Physics , 23 , Coupled-cluster Green's function: Analysis of properties originating in the exponential parametrization of the ground-state wave function.

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Computer Physics Communications , , Andrey L. Electronic structure of Na, K, Si, and LiF from self-consistent solution of Hedin's equations including vertex corrections. Bagheri, M.

Karttunen, B. GW method and Bethe-Salpeter equation for calculating electronic excitations. Low rank approximation in G 0 W 0 calculations. Science China Mathematics , 59 8 , Leeor Kronik, Jeffrey B. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry , 67 1 , Combining the GW formalism with the polarizable continuum model: A state-specific non-equilibrium approach. The Journal of Chemical Physics , 16 , Coupled cluster Green function: Model involving single and double excitations.

The Journal of Chemical Physics , 14 , GW and Bethe-Salpeter study of small water clusters. The Journal of Chemical Physics , 3 , Beyond the GW approximation: A second-order screened exchange correction. Katharina Krause, Michael E. Harding, Wim Klopper. Efficient dielectric matrix calculations using the Lanczos algorithm for fast many-body G0W0 implementations.

Nikitas Gidopoulos, Nektarios N. Nektarios N. Quasi-particle energy spectra in local reduced density matrix functional theory. Soumen Das, V. SnO2: A comprehensive review on structures and gas sensors. Progress in Materials Science , 66 , Linear optical response of finite systems using multishift linear system solvers. Faber, P. Boulanger, C.

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Attaccalite, I. Duchemin, X. Excited states properties of organic molecules: from density functional theory to the GW and Bethe—Salpeter Green's function formalisms. Laurent, Carlo Adamo, Denis Jacquemin. Dye chemistry with time-dependent density functional theory. Christopher H. Hendon, David R. Carbery, Aron Walsh. Three-electron two-centred bonds and the stabilisation of cationic sulfur radicals. Chemical Science , 5 4 , Boulanger, I. Duchemin, C.

Attaccalite, X. Many-body Green's function GW and Bethe-Salpeter study of the optical excitations in a paradigmatic model dipeptide.

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Dinadayalane, Jerzy Leszczynski. Antonis N.

Andriotis, Zacharias G. Fthenakis, Madhu Menon. Modeling of Nanostructures. Boris F. Protein Modeling. Perczel, A. Shukla, Jing Wang, Jerzy Leszczynski. Jaroslav V. Two Photon Absorption in Biological Molecules. About this book Introduction The first part briefly describes different methods used in computational chemistry without going into exhaustive details of theory.

Basic assumptions common to the majority of computational methods based on either quantum or statistical mechanics are outlined. Particular attention is paid to the limits of their applicability. The second part consists of a series of sections exemplifying the various, most important applications of computational chemistry. Molecular structures, modeling of various properties of molecules and chemical reactions are discussed.

Both ground and excited state properties are covered in the gas phase as well as in solutions. Solid state materials and nanomaterials are described in part three. Amongst the topics covered are clusters, periodic structures, and nano-systems.