Accurate atomic correlation and total energies for correlation consistent effective core potentials.

@article{Annaberdiyev2020AccurateAC,
  title={Accurate atomic correlation and total energies for correlation consistent effective core potentials.},
  author={Abdulgani Annaberdiyev and Cody A. Melton and M Chandler Bennett and Guangming Wang and Lubos Mitas},
  journal={Journal of chemical theory and computation},
  year={2020}
}
Very recently, we introduced a set of correlation consistent effective core potentials (ccECPs) constructed within full many-body approaches. By employing significantly more accurate correlated approaches we were able to reach a new level of accuracy for the resulting effective core Hamiltonians. We also strived for simplicity of use and easy transferability into a variety of electronic structure methods in quantum chemistry and condensed matter physics. Here, as a reference for future use, we… 
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