Assessment of dressed time-dependent density-functional theory for the low-lying valence states of 28 organic chromophores

  title={Assessment of dressed time-dependent density-functional theory for the low-lying valence states of 28 organic chromophores},
  author={Miquel Huix-Rotllant and Andrei N. Ipatov and {\'A}ngel Rubio and Mark E. Casida},
  journal={Chemical Physics},

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