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Re^5: Is it possible to get HOMO-LUMO gap for a set of Temperature changes??

Solntsev Pasha
solntsev@univ.kiev.ua


Dear Siddheshwar.


Thank you for pdf. As far as i know, FF doesn't use mentioned approach and Hessian doesn't depend on temperature, while thermodinamic properties do.

Pavel.


On Fri Mar 1 '13 1:19pm, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
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>Dear Pavel,
>Yes I am unsure that Hessian is dependent on Temp. Pardon me for that. My only motive of the question is to somehow find HOMO-LUMO for temperature variation. Please suggest me some method. I wish to share with you this paper, which discusses the TEMPERATURE dependent Schrodinger Eqn. I would be grateful if you could throw more light on it.

>Regards,

>On Fri Mar 1 '13 3:56am, Solntsev Pasha wrote
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>>Dear Siddheshwar.

>>"I noticed that the second derivatives of energy (Hessian) were temp. dependent. OR I get the Thermochemistry printed for a variation of Temperatures"

>>Thermo-chemical parameters do depends on temperature. How did you get that hessian is different for different temperatures?

>>Pavel.
>>
>>
>>>Regards,
>>>
>>>
>>>On Fri Feb 22 '13 8:54pm, Solntsev Pasha wrote
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>>>>Dear Siddheshwar.

>>>>Schredinger equation doesn't depend on temperature.HOMO-LUMO gap will be the same for ALL temperatures.

>>>>Pavel.
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>>>>
>>>>
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>>>>On Fri Feb 22 '13 2:52pm, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
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>>>>>Dear Sir,
>>>>>Can we obtain HOMO-LUMO gap data for a set of temperatures in FIREFLY? If I am not wrong I can also say "SIngle Point Energy" calculations for a set of Temperatures?

>>>>>Regards,


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