Complete/Intermediate Neglect of Differential Overlap
The program CNDO/INDO is a general-purpose combination of the CNDO/S, CNDO/2, INDO, and INDO/S programs. It performs RHF (open and closed shell) calculations, multi-reference CI, but not geometry optimizations. Transition metals are included.
Chemical and Physical Properties of Endohedrally Doped Nanodiamonds
09 Nov 2022 | | Contributor(s):: Tomekia Simeon
The semiempirical electronic structure Parametric Method 3 (PM3) at the nanoHUB.org website is introduced to the student in this assignment. In particular, this semiempirical method is applied to study dopant semiconductor materials intercalated in two types of nanodiamond (ND) complexes:...
Introduction to Computational Chemistry Using the NUITNS Simulation Toolkit in nanoHUB
06 Oct 2022 | | Contributor(s):: Tomekia Simeon
In this seminar, Dr. Tomekia Simeon will describe how she has successfully used computational chemistry assignments in her undergraduate chemistry courses at Dillard University using nanoHUB’s free online simulation resources.
Cadmium Selenide Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling
22 Oct 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Shelby Hatch, Evan R. Trivedi, Baudilio Tejerina, George C. Schatz
This is a combined experiment/computational lab in which cadmium selenide quantum dot nanoparticles are synthesized, their spectra are studied, and the results are modeling using the CNDO/INDO semiempirical electronic structure code. Synthesis and Size Dependent Properties of CdSe Quantum...
Optical and Thermodynamic Properties of Gold Metal Nanoparticles - Effect of Chemical Functionalization
27 May 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Baudilio Tejerina, George C. Schatz, Marcelo Carignano
This laboratory is intended to introduce the student to the use of semiempirical electronic structure methods. In particular, the semiempirical methods will be applied to the study of metallic clusters and the interaction of the clusters with discrete molecular systems such as pyridine.
09 Oct 2007 | | Contributor(s):: Baudilio Tejerina, Jeff Reimers
Semi-empirical Molecular Orbital calculations.