Keywords for redundant internal coordinates in

`ired`

option. Important options are:
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`iprint`*n*]

print parameter for debug output: The larger*n*is, the more output is printed*n*≥ 0,*n*≤ 5 (default: 0) - [
`metric`*n*]

method for generating and processing of redundant internal coordinates

*n*≥ - 3,*n*≤ 3,*n*≠ 0 (default: 3)

Values for the

`metric`option:`n = 1`- ``Delocalized Coordinates''

The**BmB**^{t}matrix is diagonalized for the complete set of redundant internal coordinates, matrix**m**is a unit matrix. `n = -3`- Delocalized Coordinates obtained
with a modified matrix
**m**, the values of**m**can be defined by user input (see below). `n = -1`- ``Hybrid Coordinates''

Natural internal coordinates are defined as in the old`iaut`

option. If a cage remains, delocalized coordinates (as for n=1) are defined for the cage. `n = -2`- Very simular to the
*n*= 1 option, but for the remaining cage delocalized coordinates with modified matrix**m**are defined as for*n*= - 3. `n = 2`- ``Decoupled coordinates''

The redundant coordinates are divided into a sequence of blocks. These are expected to have decreasing average force constants, i.e.**stretches, angle coordinates, torsions and ``weak'' coordinates**. The**BB**^{t}matrix is diagonalized for each block separately after the columns of**B**were orthogonalized against the columns of**B**of the the preceding blocks. `n = 3`- ``Generalized natural coordinates''

Natural internal coordinates are defined first, for the remaining cage decoupled coordinates are defined.

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`type`*r*]

a positive real number, which is an approximate ``force constant'', can be read in for each type of coordinate (see below). The force constants are used for the definition of the matrix**m**in**BmB**^{t}.