Spin-flip methods

Spin-flip approach extends standard quantum chemistry to strongly correlated systems. Examples of applications include di- and triradicals, singlet fission, and single-molecule magnets.

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290. M. Alessio, S. Kotaru, G. Giudetti, and A.I. Krylov
Origin of magnetic anisotropy in nickelocene molecular magnet and resilience of its magnetic behavior
J. Phys. Chem. C  127, 3647 – 3659 (2023) Abstract  PDF Supporting info

288. S. Kotaru, M. Alessio, S. Kaehler, and A.I. Krylov
Magnetic exchange interactions in binuclear and tetranuclear iron (III) complexes described by spin-flip DFT and Heisenberg effective Hamiltonians
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285. S. Kotaru, P. Pokhilko, and A.I. Krylov
Spin-orbit couplings within spin-conserving and spin-flipping time-dependent density functional theory: Implementation and benchmark calculations
J. Chem. Phys.  157, 224110 (2022) Abstract  PDF Supporting info

238. D. Casanova and A. I. Krylov
Spin-flip methods in quantum chemistry
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.  22, 4326 – 4342 (2020) Abstract  PDF 

236. P. Pokhilko, D. Izmodenov, and A. I. Krylov
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197. N. Orms and A. I. Krylov
Singlet-triplet energy gaps and the degree of diradical character in binuclear copper molecular magnets characterized by spin-flip density functional theory
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 20, 13095 – 13662 (2018) Abstract  PDF Supporting info

194. N. Orms, D. R. Rehn, A. Dreuw, and A. I. Krylov
Characterizing bonding patterns in diradicals and triradicals by density-based wave function analysis: A uniform approach
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157. A. V. Luzanov, D. Casanova, X. Feng, and A. I. Krylov
Quantifying charge resonance and multiexciton character in coupled chromophores by charge and spin cumulant analysis
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149. S. Matsika, X. Feng, A.V. Luzanov, and A.I. Krylov
What we can learn from the norms of one-particle density matrices, and what we can't: Some results for interstate properties in model singlet fission systems
J. Phys. Chem. A 118, 11943 – 11955 (2014) Abstract  PDF Supporting info

62. A. I. Krylov
Equation-of-motion coupled-cluster methods for open-shell and electronically excited species: The hitchhiker's guide to Fock space
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58. A.A. Golubeva, A.V. Nemukhin, S.J. Klippenstein, L.B. Harding, and A.I. Krylov
Performance of the spin-flip and multi-reference methods for bond-breaking in hydrocarbons: A benchmark study
J. Phys. Chem. A 111, 13264 – 13271 (2007) Abstract  PDF (162 kB) 

42. L. V. Slipchenko and A. I. Krylov
Spin-conserving and spin-flipping equation-of-motion coupled-cluster method with triple excitations
J. Chem. Phys. 123, 84107 (2005) Abstract  PDF (173 kB) 

39. A. I. Krylov
The spin-flip equation-of-motion coupled-cluster electronic structure method for a description of excited states, bond-breaking, diradicals, and triradicals
Acc. Chem. Res. 39, 83 – 91 (2006) Abstract  PDF (246 kB) 

38. S. V. Levchenko, T. Wang, and A. I. Krylov
Analytic gradients for the spin-conserving and spin-flipping equation-of-motion coupled-cluster models with single and double substitutions
J. Chem. Phys. 122, 224106 (2005) Abstract  PDF (146 kB) 

34. S. V. Levchenko and A. I. Krylov
Equation-of-motion spin-flip coupled-cluster model with single and double substitutions: Theory and application to cyclobutadiene
J. Chem. Phys. 120, 175 – 185 (2004) Abstract  PDF (195 kB) 

31. J. S. Sears, C. D. Sherrill, and A. I. Krylov
A spin-complete version of the spin-flip approach to bond breaking: What is the impact of obtaining spin eigenfunctions?
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27. A. I. Krylov, L. V. Slipchenko, and S. V. Levchenko
Breaking the curse of the non-dynamical correlation problem: The spin-flip method
ACS Symposium Series 958, 89 – 102 (2007) PDF (657 kB)