Re: CCL:transition dipole moment



Dear Kwanyong Seo:
 the X, Y, and Z components of the transition moment vector
 printed by Gaussian refer to the molecular coordinate system
 indicated under the heading 'Standard orientation:'. If you
 wish to express the transition moment vector in a different
 coordinate system you must rotate the vector into this system.
 The oscillator strength (Osc.) is independent of this
 tranformation.
 Jens >--<
 > Dear all,
 >
 > I have performed the calculation to obtain a value of transition
 > dipole moment (mu(A), mu(B), mu(C)) using G03 program. The method and
 > basis set which I have used are CIS/6-31G**. A part of result(*.log)
 > is as follow:
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