Efficient Energy and Electrostatic Properties Calculations at the MP2 Theory Level: A Case Study of Density Matrix-Based Computational Quantum Chemistry

keywords: Computational chemistry, MP2, Laplace transform, linear scaling
Wavefunction-less, density matrix-based approach to computational quantum chemistry is briefly discussed. Implementation of second-order M oller-Plesset Perturbation Method energy and dipole moment calculations within the new paradigm is presented. Efficiency and reliability of the method is analyzed.
reference: Vol. 31, 2012, No. 3, pp. 665–673