s22, dcdft, g2

class ase.collections.collection.Collection(name)[source]

Collection of atomic configurations and associated data.

Example of use:

>>> from ase.collections import s22
>>> len(s22)
>>> s22.names[:3]
['Ammonia_dimer', 'Water_dimer', 'Formic_acid_dimer']
>>> dimer = s22['Water_dimer']
>>> dimer.get_chemical_symbols()
['O', 'H', 'H', 'O', 'H', 'H']
{'cc_energy': -0.1375}
>>> sum(len(atoms) for atoms in s22)

Create a collection lazily.

Will read data from json file when needed.

A collection can be iterated over to get the Atoms objects and indexed with names to get individual members.


name: str
Name of collection.
data: dict
Data dictionary.
filename: str
Location of json file.
names: list
Names of configurations in the collection.

S22 database of weakly interacting dimers and complexes


S22 geometry data are from:

  1. Jurecka, J. Sponer, J. Cerny, P. Hobza; Phys Chem Chem Phys 2006, 8 (17), 1985-1993.

See for the original files. All geometries are optimized at either the CCSD(T) or MP2 level except for the methyl amide dimers where only the hydrogen position is optimized at the DFT level.

The S22 interaction energies are all calculated using both CCSD(T)/CBS counter poised corrected (CP) and MP2 /CBS CP. The original S22 interaction energies are listed in the above references. The S22 energies used here are from Takatani, T. et al., J. Chem. Phys., 132, 144104 (2010) where a large and more complete basis set has been used for all database members.


PROVISIONAL: This stuff may not have its final form. Use with care!


Structures and data from:

See also [Lejaeghere2014].

[Lejaeghere2014]K. Lejaeghere, V. Van Speybroeck, G. Van Oost, and S. Cottenier: “Error estimates for solid-state density-functional theory predictions: an overview by means of the ground-state elemental crystals”, Crit. Rev. Solid State (2014).

This collection has WIEN2k and experimental data for:

  • volume per atom
  • bulk-modulus (in GPa)
  • pressure derivative of bulk-modulus
>>> from ase.collections import dcdft
>>> dct =['Cu']
>>> for key, val in sorted(dct.items()):
...     print('{:15}: {:.3f}'.format(key, val))
exp_B          : 144.279
exp_Bp         : 4.880
exp_volume     : 11.647
wien2k_B       : 141.335
wien2k_Bp      : 4.860
wien2k_volume  : 11.951

G2 …