Re: CCL:Solvation in Gaussian within AM1



 Hello Xavier:
 If you are interested in solvation energies computed from semi-empirical
 based wavefunctions, you may wish to look into the AMSOL package
 developed by Cramer and coworkers at the University of Minnesota.
 Regards,
 -Mike
 On Thu, 20 Dec 2001, Xavier Girones wrote:
 > Dear CCL-clients,
 >
 > Is there any way to similate solvent effects with
 > Gaussian within the AM1 level of theory? I have been
 > browsing the manual, and it seems that solvation is
 > only available for HF methods and above. Any cue?
 >
 > Xavier GironÚs
 > Institute of Computational Chemistry
 > University of Girona
 > Girona, Spain
 >
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