can we have pseudopotentials with atomic basis sets

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Yes, we do.
We should use ECP and valence basis set in proper combination as described in

It is worth noting that in some bases (LANL2DZ) ECPs have not been defined for light elements (H - Ne) and the all-electron basis used instead.
Also it makes sense in some cases to use pseudo-potential for hydrogen with 0 core electrons.

some docs about

with respect Vladimir
Edited On 9:37:21 PM PDT - Sun, Sep 20th 2015 by Vladimir

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