John Stanton
John Stanton
University of Florida at Gainesville
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The equation of motion coupled‐cluster method. A systematic biorthogonal approach to molecular excitation energies, transition probabilities, and excited state properties
JF Stanton, RJ Bartlett
The Journal of chemical physics 98 (9), 7029-7039, 1993
19751993
The ACES II program system
JF Stanton, J Gauss, JD Watts, WJ Lauderdale, RJ Bartlett
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 44 (S26), 879-894, 1992
6331992
HEAT: High accuracy extrapolated ab initio thermochemistry
A Tajti, PG Szalay, AG Császár, M Kállay, J Gauss, EF Valeev, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (23), 11599-11613, 2004
6192004
Applications of Post‐Hartree—Fock Methods: A Tutorial
RJ Bartlett, JF Stanton
Reviews in computational chemistry, 65-169, 1994
6151994
Analytic energy derivatives for ionized states described by the equation‐of‐motion coupled cluster method
JF Stanton, J Gauss
The Journal of chemical physics 101 (10), 8938-8944, 1994
5121994
Perturbative treatment of triple excitations in coupled‐cluster calculations of nuclear magnetic shielding constants
J Gauss, JF Stanton
The Journal of chemical physics 104 (7), 2574-2583, 1996
3761996
Why CCSD (T) works: a different perspective
JF Stanton
Chemical Physics Letters 281 (1-3), 130-134, 1997
3651997
Analytic CCSD (T) second derivatives
J Gauss, JF Stanton
Chemical physics letters 276 (1-2), 70-77, 1997
3531997
The accurate determination of molecular equilibrium structures
KL Bak, J Gauss, P Jørgensen, J Olsen, T Helgaker, JF Stanton
The Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (15), 6548-6556, 2001
3512001
High-accuracy extrapolated ab initio thermochemistry. III. Additional improvements and overview
ME Harding, J Vázquez, B Ruscic, AK Wilson, J Gauss, JF Stanton
The Journal of chemical physics 128 (11), 114111, 2008
3402008
IUPAC critical evaluation of thermochemical properties of selected radicals. Part I
B Ruscic, JE Boggs, A Burcat, AG Császár, J Demaison, R Janoschek, ...
Journal of physical and chemical reference data 34 (2), 573-656, 2005
3102005
High-accuracy extrapolated ab initio thermochemistry. II. Minor improvements to the protocol and a vital simplification
YJ Bomble, J Vázquez, M Kállay, C Michauk, PG Szalay, AG Császár, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 125 (6), 064108, 2006
2952006
Coupled-cluster methods including noniterative corrections for quadruple excitations
YJ Bomble, JF Stanton, M Kállay, J Gauss
The Journal of chemical physics 123 (5), 054101, 2005
2852005
Coupled‐cluster open‐shell analytic gradients: Implementation of the direct product decomposition approach in energy gradient calculations
J Gauss, JF Stanton, RJ Bartlett
The Journal of chemical physics 95 (4), 2623-2638, 1991
2761991
Coupled‐cluster calculations of nuclear magnetic resonance chemical shifts
J Gauss, JF Stanton
The Journal of chemical physics 103 (9), 3561-3577, 1995
2711995
Many-body perturbation theory with a restricted open-shell Hartree—Fock reference
WJ Lauderdale, JF Stanton, J Gauss, JD Watts, RJ Bartlett
Chemical physics letters 187 (1-2), 21-28, 1991
2641991
Analytic second derivatives in high-order many-body perturbation and coupled-cluster theories: Computational considerations and applications
JF Stanton, J Gauss
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 19 (1), 61-95, 2000
2502000
A direct product decomposition approach for symmetry exploitation in many‐body methods. I. Energy calculations
JF Stanton, J Gauss, JD Watts, RJ Bartlett
The Journal of Chemical Physics 94 (6), 4334-4345, 1991
2501991
Quantitative prediction of gas-phase nuclear magnetic shielding constants
AA Auer, J Gauss, JF Stanton
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (23), 10407-10417, 2003
2452003
Analytic energy gradients for open-shell coupled-cluster singles and doubles (CCSD) calculations using restricted open-shell Hartree—Fock (ROHF) reference functions
J Gauss, WJ Lauderdale, JF Stanton, JD Watts, RJ Bartlett
Chemical physics letters 182 (3-4), 207-215, 1991
2391991
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