# π-π stacking between polyaromatic hydrocarbon sheets beyond dispersion interactions.

@article{Silva2016SB,
title={$\pi$-$\pi$ stacking between polyaromatic hydrocarbon sheets beyond dispersion interactions.},
journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
year={2016},
volume={18 32},
pages={
22300-10
}
}
• Published 10 August 2016
• Chemistry
• Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
High level ab initio calculations ranging from coupled cluster methods including explicitly correlated approaches to standard second order Møller-Plesset theory using spin scaling (SOS-MP2) have been performed on sandwich and slipped parallel dimer structures of a series of quasi one-dimensional acenes and on two-dimensional sheets containing the pyrene to coronene series encircled with two layers of benzene rings. Sandwich (graphitic AA type) and slipped parallel (AB type) structures were…
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