Calculated electric dipole momentsThe electric dipole moment is a measure of the charge distribution in a molecule. The calculated dipole moments are reported as an unsigned total dipole and as three cartesians components in units of Debye.
See section VII.A to change units.
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References dealing with electric dipoles
|Comparison of atomic charges derived via different procedures||J. Comp. Chem.||14||2||1504-1518||1993||KB Wiberg, PR Rablen|
|The accuracy of molecular dipole moments in standard electronic structure calculations||Chem. Phys. Lett||319||563-568||2000||J Gauss, J Olsen, KL Bak, P Jorgensen, T Helgaker|
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