Kurt V. Mikkelsen

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A recently developed method to calculate singlet and triplet gauge-origin᎐independent magnetic properties of solvated molecules is applied to the study of those parameters that determine an observed nuclear magnetic resonance signal: the magnetizability, the nuclear shieldings, and the indirect spin᎐spin coupling constants. The solvent is represented by a(More)
We investigate the effect of including a dynamic reaction field at the lowest possible ab inito wave function level of theory, namely the Hartree-Fock (HF) self-consistent field level within the polarizable embedding (PE) formalism. We formulate HF based PE within the linear response theory picture leading to the PE-random-phase approximation (PE-RPA) and(More)
The ability of molecules to change colour on account of changes in solvent polarity is known as solvatochromism and used spectroscopically to characterize charge-transfer transitions in donor-acceptor molecules. Here we report that donor-acceptor-substituted molecular wires also exhibit distinct properties in single-molecule electronics under the influence(More)
In this study, we have applied two different spanning protocols for obtaining the molecular conformations of L-tryptophan in aqueous solution, namely a molecular dynamics simulation and a molecular mechanics conformational search with subsequent geometry re-optimization of the stable conformers using a quantum mechanically based method. These spanning(More)
The microscopic electric polarization in terms of the dipole-dipole polarizability and its second hyperpolarizability of aligned films and ropes of carbon nanotubes has been studied theoretically by a point-dipole interaction model. The results show clearly the influence of intertube interactions on the microscopic polarization demonstrating the sensitivity(More)
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