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The anisotropic effects and short-range quantum effects are essential characters in the formation of halogen bonds. Since there are an array of applications of halogen bonds and much difficulty in modeling them in classical force fields, the current research reports solely the polarizable ellipsoidal force field (PEff) for halogen bonds. The anisotropic(More)
The ultrafast photoinduced structural change dynamics of a prototypical Cu(I) complex, namely, [Cu(dmp)2](+) (dmp = 2,9-dimethyl-1,10-phenanthroline), is investigated based on the theoretical analysis of static and dynamical calculations at the all-atomic level. This work mainly focuses on the intriguing structural flattening features of [Cu(dmp)2](+)(More)
The quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics (QM/MM) method (e.g., density functional theory (DFT)/MM) is important in elucidating enzymatic mechanisms. It is indispensable to study "multiple" conformations of enzymes to get unbiased energetic and structural results. One challenging problem, however, is to determine the minimum number of conformations for(More)
The excited states of the phenylene ethynylene dendrimer are investigated comprehensively by various electronic-structure methods. Several computational methods, including SCS-ADC(2), TDHF, TDDFT with different functionals (B3LYP, BH&HLYP, CAM-B3LYP), and DFT/MRCI, are applied in systematic calculations. The theoretical approach based on the one-electron(More)
Noncovalent interactions, such as hydrogen bonds and halogen bonds, are frequently used in drug designing and crystal engineering. Recently, a novel noncovalent pnicogen bonds have been identified as an important driving force in crystal structures with similar bonding mechanisms as hydrogen bond and halogen bond. Although the pnicogen bond is highly(More)
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