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The aim of QC-Lab is to facilitate the elaboration and study of molecular theoretical models in Gas Phase and Solution. QC-Lab puts together the instructions in GAMESS language and automatically submits the job for execution. Once the task has been accomplished, QC-Lab retrieves the data where a variety of molecular properties may be read from: Optimum molecular structure, atomic charge distribution, dipole moment, thermodynamic state functions, etc.
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- Introduction to GAMESS: includes a program summary and credits.
- Input Description: Control program keywords.
- GAMESS Web site.
GAMESS (General Atomic and Molecular Electronic System) GAMESS is maintained by the members of the Gordon research group at Iowa State University. The current version in the NanoHUB is 1-MAY-2013 (R1)
Schmidt M. W.; Baldridge, K. K.; Boatz, J. A.; Elbert, S. T.; Gordon, M. S.; Jensen, J. H.; Koseki, S.; Matsunaga, N.; Nguyen, K. A.; Su, S. J.; Windus, T. L. together with Dupuis, M.; Montgomery, J. A. J. Comput. Chem. 14, 1347-1363 (1993)
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