It has been almost four years since the publication of the “Molcas 8” paper (J. Comput. Chem. 37 (2016) 506 – 541), and things have changed in this time. There have been new developments and features added to the package, and bug fixes too. But the most significant change is probably the release of OpenMolcas. It’s time for a citation update!Continue reading “OpenMolcas: From Source Code to Insight”
Assigning excited-state character in transition metal complexes is not only tedious work but sometimes it is hard to even make any assignment at all. That is why we were developing methods to assign the excited-state character automatically  and . Within this post, I want to present the implementation of these tools within the new WFA module of OpenMolcas, based on the wavefunction analysis library libwfa. The functionality is available in the newest version of OpenMolcas available from GitLab.Continue reading “The WFA module – Automatic analysis of excited-state character”
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