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Optical absorption in boron clusters B6 and B6+ : A first principles configuration interaction approach

By Ravindra L Shinde

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

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Abstract

The linear optical absorption spectra in neutral boron cluster B6 and cationic B6+ are calculated using a first principles correlated electron approach. The geometries of several low-lying isomers of these clusters were optimized at the coupled-cluster singles doubles (CCSD) level of theory. With these optimized ground-state geometries, excited states of different isomers were computed using the singles configuration-interaction (SCI) approach. The many body wavefunctions of various excited states have been analysed and the nature of optical excitation involved are found to be of collective, plasmonic type.

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  • Ravindra L Shinde (2012), "Optical absorption in boron clusters B6 and B6+ : A first principles configuration interaction approach," http://nanohub.org/resources/15160.

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