[molpro-user] mrci spin purity
martinspenke at yahoo.de
Fri Feb 6 18:56:34 GMT 2015
Or how can i calculate expectation value of S^2 in molpro ?
Martin Spenke <martinspenke at yahoo.de> schrieb am 17:05 Freitag, 6.Februar 2015:
Is there any possible sign in case of symmetry breaking that could make me aware of the fact that my targeted spin state is contaminated by higher spin multiplicities in contracted mrci ?
If no, how can i run mrci in molpro without contraction to be able to compare the results of both methods ?
Peter Knowles <KnowlesPJ at cardiff.ac.uk> schrieb am 8:29 Freitag, 6.Februar 2015:
In the MRCI method, the energies are obtained from a linear eigenvalue problem. Thus provided that the hamiltonian matrix is a representation from a basis that is closed under symmetry operations (spin or space), its eigenfunctions will be symmetry pure. In the contracted MRCI method, it is sometimes possible to arrange for this not to be true, but normally, with a reference wavefunction that is a definite symmetry, you should not expect symmetry breaking.
> On 5 Feb 2015, at 19:03, Martin Spenke <martinspenke at yahoo.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> is the mrci calculation in molpro purified from contributions of higher spin multiplicities
> when computing excitation energy of a singlet spin state ?
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