Claudia G Giribet

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Correlation effects on the change of 1 J(CH) couplings in model systems SOPPA results follow a similar trend in system II. In system I RPA values decrease monotonously as the H...O distance decreases, while SOPPA ones exhibit flat maximum near equilibrium. Such different behavior is ascribed to the π-transmitted component. Intermolecular couplings at the(More)
A theoretical study of the relation between the relativistic formulation of the nuclear magnetic shielding and spin-rotation tensors is presented. To this end a theoretical expression of the relativistic spin-rotation tensor is formulated, considering a molecular Hamiltonian of relativistic electrons and non-relativistic nuclei. Molecular rotation effects(More)
The cooperative effects on NMR indirect nuclear coupling constants are analyzed by means of the IPPP-CLOPPA approach (where CLOPPA is the Contributions from Localized Orbitals within the Polarization Propagator Approach and IPPP is the Inner Projections of the Polarization Propagator). The decomposition of the J coupling allows one to classify these effects(More)
The influence of the spin-Zeeman (SZ) operator in the evaluation of the spin-orbit effect on the nuclear magnetic shielding tensor in the context of the linear response within the elimination of the small component approach is critically discussed. It is shown that such term yields no contribution to the isotropic nuclear magnetic shielding constant, but it(More)
The IPPP-CLOPPA method is applied to investigate the influence of a methyl group on the energy of the hydrogen bonds and the potential energy curve of the bridge protons in model compounds, which mimic the methylated and unmethylated cytosine-guanine base pairs. On the same grounds, this influence on the polarizability of the intermolecular hydrogen bonds(More)
In this work, relativistic effects on the nuclear spin-rotation (SR) tensor originated in the electron-nucleus and electron-electron Breit interactions are analysed. To this end, four-component numerical calculations were carried out in model systems HX (X=H,F,Cl,Br,I). The electron-nucleus Breit interaction couples the electrons and nuclei dynamics giving(More)
The electronic origin of intermolecular (2h)J(A,D) and (1h)J(A,H) couplings is discussed by means of the CLOPPA-IPPP approach in several model complexes with D-H...A hydrogen bonds. It is found that the origin of these couplings is mainly due to the interaction between the acceptor sigma lone pair and vacant molecular orbitals localized in the D-H...A(More)
An original formulation of the relativistic molecular rotational g-tensor valid for heavy atom containing compounds is presented. In such formulation, the relevant terms of a molecular Hamiltonian for non-relativistic nuclei and relativistic electrons in the laboratory system are considered. Terms linear and bilinear in the nuclear rotation angular momentum(More)
The cooperative effects on the polarizability tensor are analyzed by means of the IPPP-CLOPPA approach. The decomposition of the polarizability allows classifying these effects in those due to changes in the geometric structure and those that directly involve the transmission mechanisms. This latter contribution admits a further classification, taking into(More)
The IPPP-CLOPPA-INDO/S method is introduced to investigate the static molecular polarizability in macromolecules. As an example of application, the polarizability of phospholipidic compounds, with and without the presence of water molecules has been estimated. The IPPP technique was employed to calculate the polarizability of the polar head and the(More)