Oops, apparently I can't see the forest for all the trees.

Ok, so it requires that I check whether I still know how to compile the program ......

Kenneth

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- 25 Jul 2019, 07:21
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Dimensioning or labelling error (ESR calc)
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- 24 Jul 2019, 09:34
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Dimensioning or labelling error (ESR calc)
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### Re: Dimensioning or labelling error (ESR calc)

Hi, Pete! Do you need the hyperfine coupling tensors, or do you only want the nitrogen hyperfine coupling? If the latter, you can check out the keyword .ATOMS in the *ESR section (Chapter 30.1.12) to only select the nitrogen atom (and place it first in your molecular input). I am puzzled by the labe...

- 23 Jul 2019, 12:14
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: ZMAT and Symmetry
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### Re: ZMAT and Symmetry

Hi! I am a little bit uncertain what your actual question is, but in general Dalton provides little support for the use of Z-matrices, and they are mainly provided for those that really do not want to work with Cartesian coordinates. The internal handling of symmetry in Dalton is all based on simple...

- 18 Apr 2019, 08:19
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Determining the Effective geometry for vibrational effects
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### Re: Determining the Effective geometry for vibrational effects

There is an "Estimated effective geometry" printed in the output file (admittedly somewhat hidden as it comes before the final vibrational analysis). Are you saying this estimated effective geometry is identical to your starting geometry? Because otherwise I would say it seems the calculation has co...

- 16 Apr 2019, 10:11
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Determining the Effective geometry for vibrational effects
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### Re: Determining the Effective geometry for vibrational effects

Could you perhaps also post your output file?

Kenneth

Kenneth

- 11 Mar 2019, 09:41
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: CC3/aug-cc-pVTZ linear response segfaults
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### Re: CC3/aug-cc-pVTZ linear response segfaults

This error is often a symptom of too little memory in the calculation or on the compute cluster. Try increase the memory for the calculation.

Best regards,

Kenneth

Best regards,

Kenneth

- 30 Dec 2018, 13:38
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule
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### Re: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule

Use NoSymmetry on the line of the input where you give the number of Atomtypes, see Section 27.1 of the Dalton 2018 manual.

Kenneth

Kenneth

- 30 Dec 2018, 12:43
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule
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### Re: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule

Could you please provide the output file? And please note that once you introduce symmetry, you need to make sure you include roots (excited states) in the relevant irreps (one number for each irrep on the line following .ROOTS).

- 30 Dec 2018, 10:03
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule
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### Re: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule

The program will calculate the necessary one-electron integrals on its own, so you can remove the keyword .SPIN-ORBIT under **INTEGRALS.

Best regards,

Kenneth

Best regards,

Kenneth

- 29 Dec 2018, 19:22
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule
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### Re: Phosphorescence calculation: symmetry problems for C1 molecule

Hi! You also need to specify the number of excited states you want to consider using the keyword .ROOTS, and this is probably which is the reason for the failure of your calculation. I note you use the .SPIN-ORBIT keyword. This will calculate both one- and two-electron spin-orbit integrals. With alm...

- 20 Nov 2018, 22:46
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Only PCM CH2CL2 fails
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### Re: Only PCM CH2CL2 fails

Dear Terri, I note you use a sphere on each individual atom. This is in general not recommended and may lead to the errors you observe for larger molecules. I would recommend only using a sphere on the heavy (that is, carbon) atoms, using a radius of 2.28 Å (in order to get this, you should also set...

- 01 Nov 2018, 17:40
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Trying to calculate optical rotation
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### Re: Trying to calculate optical rotation

The optical rotation reported is the specific optical rotation, which is given in degrees/(dm g/cm^3).

Kenneth

Kenneth

- 15 Oct 2018, 14:24
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Error calculating polarizability for hydrogen α (i ω) exit code 139
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### Re: Error calculating polarizability for hydrogen α (i ω) exit code 139

The reason for the crash is no doubt that your trying to calculate an open-shell system. However, this also suggests that the calculations you have done for oxygen and carbon are probably been calculated as closed-shell system, thus not representative of the atoms you want to study. Dalton has limit...

- 04 Aug 2018, 16:22
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Project small basis set on larger one
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### Re: Project small basis set on larger one

That functionality is, as Hans Jørgen points out, currently not available. It is not clear how much of a computational saving you would get from this. If you struggle with convergence with the larger (and possibly diffuse) basis sets, it could be just as efficient to try to first optimize the +2 cat...

- 30 Jul 2018, 09:59
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: A term Magnetic Circular Dichroism
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### Re: A term Magnetic Circular Dichroism

Unfortunately not. We have not implemented a way to calculate the A term of MCD using a more traditional response theory approach. To the best of my knowledge, ADF can do this using a more conventional response theory approach at the DFT level of theory, and ORCA using its MRCI module. Best regards,...

- 17 Mar 2018, 14:20
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Phosphorescent emission of Pt complex
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### Re: Phosphorescent emission of Pt complex

Increase .ROOTS to the number of excited states you want to calculate.

Kenneth

Kenneth

- 17 Mar 2018, 14:19
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: How to calculate phosphorescence
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### Re: How to calculate phosphorescence

Increase .ROOTS to the number of excited states you want to calculate. The three components printed correspond to the three components of the electric dipole operator. Normally, you would be interested in the isotropic average of these components, and this is also printed in the output. Best regards...

- 27 Nov 2017, 21:20
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: How to read quadratic response double residue output
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### Re: How to read quadratic response double residue output

A-<A> means the operator minus the value of the operator averaged over the ground-state electron density (<0|A|0>). If the two states B and C are equal, this means that what you would get from the double residue would be the excited-state value of A minus that of the ground-state value. As the state...

- 27 Nov 2017, 07:15
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: How to read quadratic response double residue output
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### Re: How to read quadratic response double residue output

Hi!

To me, your suggested procedure seems to be the right one.

Best regards,

Kenneth

To me, your suggested procedure seems to be the right one.

Best regards,

Kenneth

- 27 Nov 2017, 07:14
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: MCSCF Electronic g-tensor calculation
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### Re: MCSCF Electronic g-tensor calculation

You have not requested the calculation of two-electron spin-orbit integrals as far as I can see. In the *dal inout file, add a section

**INTEGRALS

.SPIN-ORBIT

and I think/hope it should work.

Best regards,

Kenneth

**INTEGRALS

.SPIN-ORBIT

and I think/hope it should work.

Best regards,

Kenneth

- 13 Nov 2017, 22:52
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Three-photon circular dichroism
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### Re: Three-photon circular dichroism

Hi! Thanks for your interest in 3PCD. In the regular Dalton release, there are no keywords to automatically provide you with the observable quantity, and you would instead have to generate the observable by combining the right components of the various cubic response functions. We are soon (I hope) ...

- 08 Aug 2017, 04:48
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Static and dynamic hyperpolarizabilities by CCSD(T)
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### Re: Static and dynamic hyperpolarizabilities by CCSD(T)

Dear Dalton Experts, Is it possible to calculate higher rank values, i.e. dipole-dipole-quadrupole beta? Not being an expert on the CC code, but from what I can see in the manual, this should be possible, as the dispersion coefficients seems to be defined in terms of arbitrary operators. Kenneth

- 06 Aug 2017, 14:51
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Frequency-Dependent Polarizability
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### Re: Frequency-Dependent Polarizability

Hi! I somewhat belated answer, but hopefully nevertheless of some use. By default, Dalton will calculate the polarizability for lowest state of the given spin and spatial symmetry. For molecules with high symmetry, and using MCSCF wave functions to change spin symmetry, quite a few states can determ...

- 03 Aug 2017, 13:06
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: 2NDORD Geometry optimization error:
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### Re: 2NDORD Geometry optimization error:

Hi! I guess the previous example only involved a vibrational analysis only in the final step. The easy way out of this would be to remove the keyword ".2NDORD" under *OPTIMIZE. The default optimization scheme is a first-order scheme, and this will then be used. I note your cavity have many warnings,...

- 30 Jun 2017, 13:44
- Forum: Running Dalton
- Topic: Negative polarizability for H2 at larger r ( freq. dependent )
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### Re: Negative polarizability for H2 at larger r ( freq. dependent )

Dear Ankit, I believe this is a correct result and a consequence of the fact that the lowest excited state in the totally symmetric irrep becomes lower as you stretch the bond. The polarizability will change sign once you pass the lowest excited state of a given symmetry, as shown for instance by No...