Analytic gradients are available for CCSD, OO-CCD/VOD, CCD, and QCCD/VQCCD methods for both closed- and open-shell references (UHF and RHF only), including frozen core and/or virtual functionality, as well as RI/Cholesky representations of the electron-repulsion integrals. Analytic gradients are available for CCVB-SD for only closed-shell references (RHF). In addition, gradients for selected GVB models are available.

For the CCSD and OO-CCD wave functions, Q-Chem can also calculate dipole
moments, $\u27e8{R}^{2}\u27e9$ (as well as XX, YY and ZZ components separately, which
is useful for assigning different Rydberg states, *e.g.*, $3{p}_{x}$ vs. $3s$,
*etc.*), and the $\u27e8{S}^{2}\u27e9$ values. Interface of the CCSD and (V)OO-CCD
codes with the NBO 5.0 package is also available. This code is closely related
to EOM-CCSD properties/gradient calculations (Section 7.9.18).
Solvent models available for CCSD are described in Chapter 11.2.

Limitations: Gradients and fully relaxed properties for ROHF and non-HF (*e.g.*,
B3LYP) orbitals as well as RI approximation are not yet available.

Note: If gradients or properties are computed with frozen core/virtual, the algorithm will replace frozen orbitals to restricted. This will not affect the energies, but will change the orbital numbering in the CCMAN printout.

CC_REF_PROP

Whether or not the non-relaxed (expectation value) or full response (including
orbital relaxation terms) one-particle CCSD
properties will be calculated. The properties currently include permanent
dipole moment, the second moments $\u27e8{X}^{2}\u27e9$, $\u27e8{Y}^{2}\u27e9$, and
$\u27e8{Z}^{2}\u27e9$ of electron density, and the total
$\u27e8{R}^{2}\u27e9=\u27e8{X}^{2}\u27e9+\u27e8{Y}^{2}\u27e9+\u27e8{Z}^{2}\u27e9$ (in atomic units).
Incompatible with JOBTYPE=FORCE, OPT, FREQ.

TYPE:

LOGICAL

DEFAULT:

FALSE
(no one-particle properties will be calculated)

OPTIONS:

FALSE, TRUE

RECOMMENDATION:

Additional equations need to be solved (lambda CCSD equations) for properties
with the cost approximately the same as CCSD equations. Use the default if you do
not need properties. The cost of the properties calculation itself is low. The
CCSD one-particle density can be analyzed with NBO package by specifying
NBO=TRUE, CC_REF_PROP=TRUE and JOBTYPE=FORCE.

CC_REF_PROP_TE

Request for calculation of non-relaxed two-particle CCSD properties. The
two-particle properties currently include $\u27e8{S}^{2}\u27e9$. The one-particle
properties also will be calculated, since the additional cost of the
one-particle properties calculation is inferior compared to the cost of
$\u27e8{S}^{2}\u27e9$. The variable CC_REF_PROP must be also set to
TRUE.

TYPE:

LOGICAL

DEFAULT:

FALSE
(no two-particle properties will be calculated)

OPTIONS:

FALSE, TRUE

RECOMMENDATION:

The two-particle properties are computationally expensive, since
they require calculation and use of the two-particle density matrix (the cost
is approximately the same as the cost of an analytic gradient calculation). Do
not request the two-particle properties unless you really need them.

CC_FULLRESPONSE

Fully relaxed properties (including orbital relaxation terms) will be computed.
The variable CC_REF_PROP must be also set to TRUE.

TYPE:

LOGICAL

DEFAULT:

FALSE
(no orbital response will be calculated)

OPTIONS:

FALSE, TRUE

RECOMMENDATION:

Not available for non UHF/RHF references and for the methods that do not have
analytic gradients (*e.g.*, QCISD).

$molecule 0 1 H 0.000000 0.000000 -1.886789 He 0.000000 0.000000 -1.093834 F 0.000000 0.000000 0.333122 $end $rem JOBTYPE OPT METHOD CCSD BASIS aug-cc-pVDZ GEOM_OPT_TOL_GRADIENT 1 GEOM_OPT_TOL_DISPLACEMENT 1 GEOM_OPT_TOL_ENERGY 1 $end @@@ $molecule read $end $rem JOBTYPE SP METHOD CCSD BASIS aug-cc-pVDZ SCF_GUESS READ CC_REF_PROP 1 CC_FULLRESPONSE 1 $end