All-Valence Electrons S.C.F. Calculations by Boschke F.L.

By Boschke F.L.

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S~ (v) dtu dG (66) involving exclusively Slater s orbitals. 4. Coulomb Penetration Integrals In the CNDO/1 method the penetration terms (ZB FAR--OAR) were evaluated b y approximating all coulomb penetration integrals OAB as 3 T•B where ZB is the core charge on atom B and r,B the distance of the electron p from B. SAis the Slater 2s orbital of atom A. A major failure of CNDO/1 was, however, its inability to give reasonable values for bone lengths (these were too short) and bond energies (these were too large) for diatomic molecules.

F /" / / E nu o 1 2~ 2 lj # 2 3/ E f J Q. ~o i I ! 2 3 4 Cotculcted dipole rnoments{Debyes] Fig. 4. Comparison between calculated and experimental dipole moments. - - - Perfect correlation. 9 Calculated dipole movements CNDO/2. C) Calculated dipole movements MINDO/1. The numbers refer to compounds in Table 22 505 Applications Table 20. Dipole moments (debyes) offluorine compounds Compound Obs. Cal. 98 b) a) Davies, D. , reference 50). b) Dewar, M. J. , reference as). e) Bloor, J. , Breen, D. : J.

J. Phys. Chem. 72, 716 (19~). 506 Dipole Moments Table 21. Dipole moments of oxygen-containing compounds Compound Obs. Cal. 14 e) Cal. INDO level Cal. 30 I. 10 ~) trans-Acrolein a) Bloor, J. , Gilson, B. , Billingsley II, F. , Theoret. (:him. ) 12, 360 (1968). b) Bloor, J. , Breen, D. , reference 49). e) Bloor, J. , Breen, D. : J. Phys. Chem. 72, 716 (1968). a) Baird, N. , Dewar, M. J. : J. Chem. Phys. 50, 1275 (1969). , reference 3~). , Yonezawa, T. : Bull. Chem. Soc. Jap. 40, 2761 (1967).

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