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The conformational sensitivity of iterative stockholder partitioning schemes

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Chemical Physics Letters
0009-2614
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Elsevier
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545
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DOI: 10.1016/j.cplett.2012.07.028

Abstract

Abstract Chemical interpretation and empirical modeling of partial charges requires a robust partitioning scheme to derive these charges from the molecular electronic density. The degree of undesirable conformational sensitivity is assessed for three iterative stockholder partitioning schemes: Hirshfeld-I (HI), Iterative Stockholder Analysis (ISA) and a new Gaussian ISA variant (GISA). GISA has fewer degrees of freedom than ISA and enforces monotonically decaying pro-atoms. These improvements accelerate the converge of GISA as compared to ISA. However, the conformational sensitivity of the charges does not decrease and is still large compared to HI.

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