Another alternative, proposed by Pan, Fang and Chai,^{695} is to
use a *localized* version of Fermi-Amaldi exchange-correlation functional.
The resulting exchange density functional, whose functional derivative has the
correct $-1/r$ asymptotic behavior, can be directly added to any semi-local
density functional. Three variants of this method were proposed in
Ref. 695. The simplest of these, the strictly-localized
Fermi-Amaldi (LFAs) scheme, is implemented in Q-Chem, for molecules
consisting of atoms with $Z\le 55$.

$comment Use LFAs-PBE potential for ground-state calculations, followed by TDDFT calculations with an adiabatic PBE XC kernel. $end $molecule 0 1 O H1 O oh H2 O oh H1 hoh oh = 1.0 hoh = 110.0 $end. $rem JOBTYPE sp EXCHANGE gen BASIS 6-311(2+,2+)G** CIS_N_ROOTS 30 RPA true $end $xc_functional X PBE 1.0 C PBE 1.0 X LFAs 1.0 $end