By Trygve U. Helgaker (auth.), Poul Jørgensen, Jack Simons (eds.)
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30». These orbital responses, denoted-K~~)have been explicitly given by J0rgensen and Simons 5 through second order (n = 2) and by Simons, J0rgensen, and Helgaket6through n = 4. (l) (3) where F~~)and FAl) are GBT elements as in Eq. (1) but with the Hamiltonian H replaced by Helgaker's first Hamiltonian H (in Eq. (19». The matrix QO is J0rgensen' s Hessain matrix (see his Eq. (21» which contains both orbital- and state-function components; the parameters sAl) describe responses of the MCSCF configuration amplitude.
L) (3) where F~~)and FAl) are GBT elements as in Eq. (1) but with the Hamiltonian H replaced by Helgaker's first Hamiltonian H (in Eq. (19». The matrix QO is J0rgensen' s Hessain matrix (see his Eq. (21» which contains both orbital- and state-function components; the parameters sAl) describe responses of the MCSCF configuration amplitude. It should be noted that solution of the above orbital response problem involves simultaneous treatment of the orbital and configuration responses in situations where MCSCF orbitals are used.