Analysis of complexity measures and information planes of selected molecules in position and momentum spaces.

  title={Analysis of complexity measures and information planes of selected molecules in position and momentum spaces.},
  author={Rodolfo O. Esquivel and Juan Carlos Angulo and Juan Antol{\'i}n and Jes{\'u}s S. Dehesa and Sheila L{\'o}pez-Rosa and Nelson Flores-Gallegos},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  volume={12 26},
The Fisher-Shannon and LMC shape complexities and the Shannon-disequilibrium, Fisher-Shannon and Fisher-disequilibrium information planes, which consist of two localization-delocalization factors, are computed in both position and momentum spaces for the one-particle densities of 90 selected molecules of various chemical types, at the CISD/6-311++G(3df,2p) level of theory. We found that while the two measures of complexity show general trends only, the localization-delocalization planes clearly… 

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