Basis set entity

Example 1. (eCCP)

This is an example of an XML Gaussian atomic basis set (6-31G).


<atomicBasisSet xmlns="http://grids.ac.uk/eccp/ns" name="6-31G" angular="spherical" type="gaussian" elementType="C">
<basisGroup minL="0" maxL="0">
<exponents>
3047.524880
457.369518
103.948685
29.210155
9.286663
 3.163927
</exponents>
<contraction>
0.001835
0.014037
0.068843
0.232184
0.467941
0.362312
</contraction>
</basisGroup>
<basisGroup minL="0" maxL="1">
<exponents>
7.868272
1.881289
0.544249
</exponents>
<contraction>
-0.119332
-0.160854
1.143456
</contraction>
<contraction>
0.068999
0.316424
0.744308
</contraction>
</basisGroup>
<basisGroup minL="0" maxL="0">
<exponents>
0.168714
</exponents>
<contraction>
1.000000
</contraction>
</basisGroup>
<basisGroup>
<exponents>
0.168714
</exponents>
<contraction>
1.000000
</contraction>
</basisGroup>
</atomicBasisSet>

-- PhilipCouch - 10 Nov 2004

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