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[[hybrid_methods|Hybrid Methods]]
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[[pes_analysis|'''Analysis of Potential Energy Surface''']]
[[DRIVER|Geometry Optimization (minimization & transition state search)]]
[[DRIVER|Geometry Optimization (minimization & transition state search)]]

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Guidelines for Authors



System Description

  1. REDIRECT Release66:System_Description

Quantum Mechanical Theories

  1. REDIRECT Release66:Quantum_Mechanical_Methods

Hybrid Methods Hybrid methods

Analysis of Potential Energy Surface

Geometry Optimization (minimization & transition state search)

Electron Transfer Calculations with ET




Molecular dynamics


Dynamical Nucleation Theory Monte Carlo

Controlling NWChem with Python

Interfaces to Other Programs

Sample input files

Examples of geometries using symmetry

Running NWChem


  1. Valiev, M.; Bylaska, E.J.; Govind, N.; Kowalski, K.; Straatsma, T.P.; Van Dam, H.J.J.; Wang, D.; Nieplocha, J.; Apra, E.; Windus, T.L.; de Jong, W.A. (2010). "NWChem: A comprehensive and scalable open-source solution for large scale molecular simulations". Computer Physics Communications 181: 1477-1489. doi:10.1016/j.cpc.2010.04.018. ISSN 0010-4655.