J. Chem. Phys., 136, 174106 (2012)
(Received 29th February 2012; accepted 4th April 2012)
We present an implementation of static and frequency-dependent polarizabilities for the approximate coupled cluster singles and doubles model CC2 and static polarizabilities for second-order Møller-Plesset perturbation theory. Both are combined with the resolution-of-the-identity approximation for electron repulsion integrals to achieve unprecedented low operation counts, I/O and disc space demands. To avoid the storage of double excitation amplitudes during the calculation of derivatives of density matrices, we employ in addition a numerical Laplace transformation for orbital energy denominators. It is shown that the error introduced by this approximation is negligible already with a small number of sampling points. Thereby an implementation of second-order one-particle properties is realized which avoids completely the storage of any quantities scaling with the fourth power of the system size. The implementation is tested on a set of organic molecules including large fused aromatic ring systems and the C60 fullerene. It is demonstrated that, exploiting symmetry and shared memory parallelization, second-order properties for such systems can be evaluated at the CC2 and MP2 level within a few hours of calculation time. As large scale applications we present results for the 7-, 9- and 11-ring helicenes.
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