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In order to reduce the number of parameters in the PNDO treatment, they assumed the empirically determined parameter/~AB had a common value for orbitals of two atoms A and B, regardless of the type of orbitals (s orp) or the mode of overlap (a or n) and that (74) Although the Dewar-Klopman expression is more complicated than the resonance expressions so far discussed, they point out that attempts to use simpler expressions resulted in less success. Thus, the omission of the terms I~ and I~ gave results for unsaturated molecules such as ethylene in which the orbital energies appeared in the wrong orders, while the omission of the term in R resulted in incorrect heats of formation.
SAis the Slater 2s orbital of atom A. A major failure of CNDO/1 was, however, its inability to give reasonable values for bone lengths (these were too short) and bond energies (these were too large) for diatomic molecules. Pop]e eta/. e. b y setting VAB= ZB FAB. T h e y argued that this was a legitimate modification since neglect of overlap distribution introduces errors, similar to but opposite in sign to neglect of penetration. Although bond distances were improved, the bond dissociation energies remained too large.
Thus a molecule will have as m a n y ionization potentials as occupied orbitals. In contrast to the above process, the molecule, after losing its first electron, m a y lose a second electron and additional ones in successive steps. In such a case, however, the successive ionizations no longer refer to the neutral molecule. Very little is known about this latter process because the energy required to detach an electron from an already positively charged species is very high. In addition, the removal of more than one electron from a molecule often results in fragmentation.
All-Valence Electrons S.C.F. Calculations by Boschke F.L.