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Re^4: SCF Convergence Problem in a single energy calculation

Alex Granovsky
gran@classic.chem.msu.su


Dear Haichao,

I'd suggest you to set MAXIT to, say, 50 and increase MAXDII of $scf group to 20 or 30.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Alex




On Sat Mar 31 '12 5:01am, Gilbert_Guo wrote
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>Dear Alex,
>Thanks for your reply, now I attach the part of output file.
>Although the program indicates "SCF IS UNCONVERGED, TOO MANY ITERATIONS", I don't think the calculation will converge even if I increase the maximum steps.
>Best
>Haichao
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>On Fri Mar 30 '12 8:27pm, Alex Granovsky wrote
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>>Dear Haichao,

>>Sorry for the delayed reply.
>>Could you please attach a typical part of output showing SCF convergence (or, more precisely, non-convergence) issue?

>>All the best,
>>Alex
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>>On Sat Mar 24 '12 5:54am, Gilbert_Guo wrote
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>>>The attached file.
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>>>On Sat Mar 24 '12 5:49am, Gilbert_Guo wrote
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>>>>Hi everyone,
>>>>I did a calculation of the partial charge in a cluster which contains H, N, C and Co atoms.
>>>>Attached pls find the input file of Firefly. I employed UB3LYP 6-31G** for H, C and N, and Lanl2dz for Co atoms. However, the SCF calculation does not converge. Furthermore, I have tried different (total charge, multiplicity), such as (4 1), (4 3), (4 5), (8 1) and (8 3), but it still does not work.

>>>>PS:I have finished a similar calculation of a cluster containing H, N, C and Zn, It works well.

>>>>Haichao


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