Analytical equations to calculate second order electric and magnetic properties of a molecular system embedded into a polarizable environment are presented. The treatment is limited to molecules described at the self consistent field level of theory, including Hartree-Fock theory as well as Kohn-Sham density functional theory and is extended to the Gauge-Including Atomic Orbital method. The polarizable embedding is described by means of our already implemented polarizable quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical (MM) methodology, where the polarization in the MM layer is handled by means of the fluctuating charge (FQ) model. A further layer of description, i.e, the polarizable continuum model, can also be included. The FQ(/polarizable continuum model) contributions to the properties are derived, with reference to the calculation of the magnetic susceptibility, the nuclear magnetic resonance shielding tensor, electron spin resonance g-tensors, and hyperfine couplings.

A gauge invariant multiscale approach to magnetic spectroscopies in condensed phase: General three-layer model, computational implementation and pilot applications

BARONE, Vincenzo
2013

Abstract

Analytical equations to calculate second order electric and magnetic properties of a molecular system embedded into a polarizable environment are presented. The treatment is limited to molecules described at the self consistent field level of theory, including Hartree-Fock theory as well as Kohn-Sham density functional theory and is extended to the Gauge-Including Atomic Orbital method. The polarizable embedding is described by means of our already implemented polarizable quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical (MM) methodology, where the polarization in the MM layer is handled by means of the fluctuating charge (FQ) model. A further layer of description, i.e, the polarizable continuum model, can also be included. The FQ(/polarizable continuum model) contributions to the properties are derived, with reference to the calculation of the magnetic susceptibility, the nuclear magnetic resonance shielding tensor, electron spin resonance g-tensors, and hyperfine couplings.
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