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    Energy level view
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, September 09, 2002
    Is there an easy way to map the core levels to the atoms? I am trying to extract the C1s core level shifts for different C atoms in a molecule.In the energy level view I can read off the energy levels, but I do not know which level belongs to which atom.



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    Energy level view
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, September 09, 2002
    Is there an easy way to map the core levels to the atoms? I am trying to extract the C1s core level shifts for different C atoms in a molecule.In the energy level view I can read off the energy levels, but I do not know which level belongs to which atom.
    Energy level view
    Submitted by Tommi Hassinen; posted on Tuesday, October 01, 2002
    Hi, and sorry for the late answer; it's easier to reach me using email since I only seldom look at these forums. So, I understood that you need to relate the inner shell electrons (ab initio/MPQC) to the atoms. Perhaps drawing a plot for these MO's can be used for this; the plots should be local and you can then see in which atoms does it relate. I don't know any easier way, neither in the GUI nor in the MPQC code. Regards, Tommi

     

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