Maurizio Casarin

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A semiempirical addition of dispersive forces to conventional density functionals (DFT-D) has been implemented into a pseudopotential plane-wave code. Test calculations on the benzene dimer reproduced the results obtained by using localized basis set, provided that the latter are corrected for the basis set superposition error. By applying the(More)
The tunable properties of molecular materials place them among the favorites for a variety of future generation devices. In addition, to maintain the current trend of miniaturization of those devices, a departure from the present top-down production methods may soon be required and self-assembly appears among the most promising alternatives. On-surface(More)
L2,3 spectra of Cu(II) complexes have been simulated by means of time dependent DFT. Besides the agreement between theory and experiment, the adopted approach provided further insights into the use of the Cu(II) L3-edge intensity and position to investigate the Cu-ligand symmetry-restricted covalency and the ligand-field strength.
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