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For exact wavefunctions and some approximate methods, like the self-consistent approach, both routes lead to the same result because of the Hellmann-Feynman theorem . However, for most many-body methods, with the exception of those where the chosen active space is fully exploited (CASSCF and Full-CI calculations) such theorem is not fulfilled. As a consequence, the ambiguity arises of whether calculate a given property from the corresponding energy derivative (which is often easier for postHartree Fock wavefunctions) or as an expectation value.
45) i;j D1 By combining Eq. 45 with Eqs. 46) i;j D1 M DN=2 Z . 47) M DN=2 Z ı. 49) k is the domain overlap matrix between the . The localization and delocalization indices can, in principle, be exactly computed at correlated levels of theory such as CI, MCSCF, Møller-Plesset perturbation methods, coupled-cluster, etc. General expressions for these indices in terms of the second order density matrix representations over the MOs or over the basis functions f¦g may be derived from Eq. 38 and are explicitly reported in Ref.
42) i D1 Accordingly, based on Eqs. 45) i;j D1 By combining Eq. 45 with Eqs. 46) i;j D1 M DN=2 Z . 47) M DN=2 Z ı. 49) k is the domain overlap matrix between the . The localization and delocalization indices can, in principle, be exactly computed at correlated levels of theory such as CI, MCSCF, Møller-Plesset perturbation methods, coupled-cluster, etc. General expressions for these indices in terms of the second order density matrix representations over the MOs or over the basis functions f¦g may be derived from Eq.