How to Quote Usage of TURBOMOLE

TURBOMOLE V6.5 2013, a development of University of Karlsruhe and |

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH, 1989-2007, |

TURBOMOLE GmbH, since 2007; available from |

http://www.turbomole.com. |

A LaTeX template could look like this:
`@misc{TURBOMOLE,`

`title = {{TURBOMOLE V6.5 2013}, a development of {University of Karlsruhe} and `

` {Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH}, 1989-2007, `

` {TURBOMOLE GmbH}, since 2007; available from \\ `

` {\tt http://www.turbomole.com}.}} `

Scientific publications require proper citation of methods and
procedures employed. The output headers of `TURBOMOLE` modules include
the relevant papers. One may also use the following connections
between: method [module] number in the subsequent list (For module
`ricc2` see also Section 9).

- Programs and methods
- general program structure and features: I
- HF-SCF [
`dscf`,`ridft`]: II - DFT (quadrature) [
`dscf`,`ridft`,`escf`,`aoforce`]: IV, d (m grids) - RI-DFT [
`ridft`,`aoforce`,`escf`]: c, d, XXIII (marij), VII (`escf`), XXIV (`aoforce`) - MP2 [
`mpgrad`]: III - RI-MP2 [
`ricc2`]: energies and gradients VIII, XXIX, f, and (static) polarizabilities XXXVI - stability analysis [
`escf`]: V - electronic excitations by CIS, RPA, TD-DFT [
`escf`]: VI, VII, XVIII, XXVII - excited state structures and properties with CIS, RPA, TD-DFT [
`egrad`]: XIX, XXVI, XXVII - RI-CC2 [
`ricc2`]:- singlet XII and triplet excitation energies XIII
- transition moments and first-order properties of excited states XV and first-order properties for triplet states XIV
- ground state geometry optimizations XXI
- excited state geometry optimizations and relaxed properties XXII
- parallelization XXIX
- spin-component scaled (SCS) variants XXXII
- SOS-CC2 & SOS-ADC(2) energies with
(
^{4}) -scaling XXXIII - frequency-dependent and static polarizabilities XXXVI

- RI-ADC(2), RI-CIS(D) and RI-CIS(D
_{∞}) [`ricc2`]: XXVIII - analytical second derivatives (force fields) [
`aoforce`]: XVI, XVII - RI-JK [
`ridft`]: XX - NMR chemical shifts [
`mpshift`]: IX (MP2) - parallel DFT [
`ridft`]: X - geometry optimization in redundant internal coordinates [
`relax`]: XI - RI integral evaluation: XXV
- explicitly correlated F12 methods for ground state energies [
`ricc2`]: MP2-F12 XXXIV, MP3(F12) XXXV, MP4(F12*) XXXV, CCSD(F12) XXXI, CCSD(F12*) XXXV, CCSD(F12)(T) XXXI, CCSD(F12*)(T) XXXV

- Orbital and auxiliary basis sets
- basis sets:
- SV, SV(P), SVP, DZ (a), TZV, TZVP, TZVPP (b), TZVPP(Rb-Hg) (f), QZV, QZVP, QZVPP (i)
- new balanced basis sets (with smaller ECPs, i.e. the def2 basis sets): j
- all-electron basis sets for Rb to Xe (SVPall, SVPPall, TZVPall, TZVPPall): g
- references for the correlation consistent basis sets (cc-pVXZ, etc.) can be found e.g. at
`http://tyr0.chem.wsu.edu/˜kipeters/basis.html`http://tyr0.chem.wsu.edu/kipeters/basis.html

or`https://bse.pnl.gov/bse/portal`https://bse.pnl.gov/bse/portal.

Note, that most of the correlation consistent basis sets in the basis set library of

`TURBOMOLE`have been downloaded from the latter EMSL web site and therefore users are requested to include in addition to the original scientific reference an appropriate citation (see web site) in any publications resulting from the use of these basis sets. - property-optimized augmentations: def2-SVPD, def2-TZVPD, def2-TZVPPD, def2-QZVPD,def2-QZVPPD (n).
- basis sets for Dirac-Fock ECPs, i.e. the dhf basis sets: o.

- auxiliary basis sets for RI-DFT: c, d, e
- auxiliary basis sets for RI-MP2: f, k, h (for Dunning basis sets)

- basis sets:

Further references of papers not from the `TURBOMOLE` group are given in the bibliography.
The following publications describe details of the
methodology implemented in `TURBOMOLE`: