CCL: Inquire a cutoff value for degenerate states
- From: "Abrash, Samuel" <sabrash*richmond.edu>
- Subject: CCL: Inquire a cutoff value for degenerate states
- Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 13:27:56 +0000
Sent to CCL by: "Abrash, Samuel" [sabrash,+,richmond.edu]
I don't know the theoretical convention, but from the point of view of a
spectroscopist (my original training), .01 eV is 81 cm-1, and while states
separated by 81 cm-1 will begin to exhibit Fermi resonance, they would not be
considered degenerate. However, the convention for computational chemistry may
be based on other arguments.
Samuel A. Abrash
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Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2015 9:01 PM
To: Abrash, Samuel
Subject: CCL: Inquire a cutoff value for degenerate states
Sent to CCL by: "Youzhao Lan" [lyzhao,+,aliyun.com] Dear all,
I want to set a small cutoff value for deciding whether two states are
Is there a generally acceptted value in a.u. or eV unit for this cutoff?
e.g., 0.001 a.u. or 0.01 eV?
Any help will be appreciated.