2emet and initial wf from DFT

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I am trying to perform a CCSD(T) calculation using DFT wfs as starting guess (since HF has too much spin contamination for the system I am interested). The system is quite large, so I need to reduce the memory footprint. I follow the suggestion in the documentation regarding 2EMET,
However, I get an error like "nwchem tce_energy invalid 2emet "
would anyone please suggest a method to reduce the memory footprint of a CCSD calculation with DFT initial wavefunctions?
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Dr. O. Baris Malcioglu,
University of Liege,
Bât. B5 Physique de la matière condensée
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Hi Baris.

Most likely you are using unrestricted wave function as it spin contaminant.
As described in docs http://www.nwchem-sw.org/index.php/Release66:TCE#2EMET_--_alternative_storage_of_two-elect... there are three algorithms permitted for UHF, you can try any of them.
Or write your input file if you have already tried to do this.

Best, Vladimir.
Edited On 4:25:40 AM PDT - Wed, Sep 21st 2016 by Vladimir

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CCSD with a DFT reference is not necessary a well-defined theory, particularly for systems with significant open-shell character, so you should consider replacing NWChem with a random number generator


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