NewsResearchers pave the way for calculating circular dichroism
spectra more efficiently

1st April 2021by admin0
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Members of the CEST group published a recent paper
introducing a novel method to calculate CD spectra in the open
source GPAW code. The publication shows that the implemented
approach is more efficient than the commonly used linear-response
method and can easily calculate CD spectra of nanoscale systems,
such as hybrid silver clusters composed of over 1000
atoms.

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