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Re^9: Is it possible to get UV-VISIBLE AND RAMAN SPECTRUM USING FIREFLY???

Thomas
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Dear Siddehshwar,

I do not see any problems with your output file. Also, I am able to plot the UV/vis spectrum using GaussSum (version 2.2.6.1) without any problems, even when I set the range to 1 - 900 nm.

There are a number of textbooks that provide an introduction into computational chemistry, and TDDFT is explained in most of them. To the best of my knowledge, oscillator strengths in Firefly are calculated using the formula on the page below:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscillator_strength


Kind regards,
Thom




On Mon Jun 17 '13 9:05am, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
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>Dear Thomas,
>Thank you for a prompt help. As per your guidance, I had run the calculation for the same sample. I just added this command "COORD=UNIQUE NZVAR=12". But I could not get the UV-VISIBLE spectrum in GaussSum at all. It says that no peaks were found in this range. I even changed the range from 1-900nm and so on. Please find attached the o/p file. A quick help would be appreciated. Also, I would be glad if you could throw light on HOW FIREFLY calculates the UV-Vis spectra?? I understand that for calculating IR spectra, HESSIAN is needed (force constant matrix); but how is the UV-VISIBLE spectra calculated? Do I need any hessian here? Any weblink would be appreciated too.
>Thanks in advance,

>Regards
>
>
>On Sat Jun 15 '13 12:51pm, Thomas wrote
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>>Dear Siddehshwar,

>>Below is a very basic input example for a TDDFT calculation on butadiene. Note that it lacks a few groups and keywords that one would normally use in a multiprocessor environment, such as the $P2P group. If you would like to run a CIS or TDHF calculation, you should change the value of CITYP to CIS or TDHF and remove the DFTTYP variable. Also, you should change the name of the $TDDFT group to $CIS or $TDHF (keywords for these groups are the same).

>>

$CONTRL CITYP=TDDFT DFTTYP=PBE0 RUNTYP=ENERGY $END
$SYSTEM TIMLIM=525600 MEMORY=10000000 $END
$BASIS GBASIS=N31 NGAUSS=6 NDFUNC=1 $END
$TDDFT NSTATE=4 ISTSYM=0 ISTATE=1 $END
$DATA 1,3-butadiene TDDFT/6-31G(d)//RHF/6-31G(d)
CNH 2
C 6.0 0.5262888328 0.5113710450 0.0000000000
C 6.0 1.8213687868 0.2431548398 0.0000000000
H 1.0 0.1953148875 1.5374180614 0.0000000000
H 1.0 2.5595257633 1.0243655101 0.0000000000
63
H 1.0 2.1906083178 -0.7681578804 0.0000000000
$END

>>Right now, not all available XC functionals can be used for TDDFT calculations. The following functionals can be used only:

>>

SLATER VWN1RPA SVWN1RPA B1LYP B88 VWN5 BVWN1RPA BHHLYP XPW91 PW91LDA SVWN5 B1PW91 GILL96 LYP BVWN5 B3PW91 XPBE96 CPW91 SLYP B3LYP1 OPTX CPBE96 BLYP B3LYP5 GLYP O3LYP1 OLYP O3LYP5 XLYP X3LYP BPW91 PBE1PW91PW91 PBE0 PBEPW91 PBE96

>>Finally, I should mention that it is possible to request the Tamm-Dancoff approximation to TDDFT by specifying

>>

$TDDFT TDA=.T. $END

>>In the output, you can find excitation energies and oscillator strengths which can be used to plot the UV/vis spectrum. Useful programs for plotting the UV/vis spectrum are GaussSum (freeware) and ChemCraft.

>>Hope this helps.
>>
>>
>>Kind regards,
>>Thom


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