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How to plot the Dipole Moment calculated by NWCHEM with XCrysDen

Dipole moment of molecules is an interesting physical quantity that can be directly measured in experiments and easily calculated by means of Density Functional Theory. Moreover the size of dipole moment is related to many other properties as for instance light emission in polar liquid, packing of molecules in solid phase. With NWChem it can… Read More

Self-consistent GW on eigenvalues only with the Yambo code

For molecules and also for molecular solids, the G0W0 approach often gives poor results. The main reason of this failure is  the DFT  starting point. In fact local or semi-local exchange correlation functionals give a too small gap compared with the experimental one, and a single shot GW is not able to correct this error…. Read More