Commit cfb3f9f8 by kuismam

### one more fix to math. example to benchmarking basis sets

parent d154cf2a
 ... ... @@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ represented using localized basis sets as .. math:: \tilde{\Psi(\mathbf{r},t)} = \sum_{\mu} C_{\mu i}(t) \tilde{\phi}(\mathbf{r}-\mathbf{R}^\mu). \tilde{\Psi}_i(\mathbf{r},t) = \sum_{\mu} C_{\mu i}(t) \tilde{\phi}^{\mu}(\mathbf{r}-\mathbf{R}^\mu). The TD-Kohn-Sham equation in PAW formalism can be written as ... ... @@ -109,8 +109,7 @@ need, and then benchmarked. results with respect to grid time-propagation code** on a largest system possible. For example, one can create a prototype system, which consists of similar atom species with similar roles than in the parent system, but small enough to calculate with grid propagation mode. Example will be given in advanced tutorial. enough to calculate with grid propagation mode. For example, in relevance of benchmarking the basis set, see Fig. 4 and 5 of [#Kuisma2015]_. After these remarks, we describe two sets of basis sets that can be used as a starting point for choosing suitable basis set for your needs. Namely, ... ... @@ -321,8 +320,8 @@ Advanced tutorial - large organic molecule General notes ------------- On large organic molecules, on large conjugated systems, there will\pi \rightarrow \pi^*, \sigma \rightarrow \sigma^*. These states consists of only On large organic molecules, on large conjugated systems, there will \pi \rightarrow \pi^*, \sigma \rightarrow \sigma^*. These states consists of only the valence orbitals of carbon, and they are likely by quite similar few eV's below and above the fermi lavel. These is thus a reason to believe that these states are well described with hydrogen 1s and carbon 2s and 2p valence orbitals ... ...
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