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Luis Luis, Josep Maria
Duran i Portas, Miquel AndrÃ©s, JosÃ© LuÃs 

1997  
An analytic method to evaluate nuclear contributions to electrical properties of polyatomic molecules is presented. Such contributions control changes induced by an electric field on equilibrium geometry (nuclear relaxation contribution) and vibrational motion (vibrational contribution) of a molecular system. Expressions to compute the nuclear contributions have been derived from a power series expansion of the potential energy. These contributions to the electrical properties are given in terms of energy derivatives with respect to normal coordinates, electric field intensity or both. Only one calculation of such derivatives at the fieldfree equilibrium geometry is required. To show the useful efficiency of the analytical evaluation of electrical properties (the socalled AEEP method), results for calculations on water and pyridine at the SCF/TZ2P and the MP2/TZ2P levels of theory are reported. The results obtained are compared with previous theoretical calculations and with experimental values  
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Luis Luis, Josep Maria, Duran i Portas, Miquel, i AndrÃ©s, JosÃ© LuÃs (1997). A systematic and feasible method for computing nuclear contributions to electrical properties of polyatomic molecules. Journal of Chemical Physics, 107 (5), 15011512. Recuperat 28 gener 2011, a http://link.aip.org/link/JCPSA6/v107/i5/p1501/s1  
00219606 (versiÃ³ paper) 10897690 (versiÃ³ electrÃ²nica) 

http://hdl.handle.net/10256/3214  
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American Institute of Physics  
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