[CP2K-user] [CP2K:12201] Re: PM6

Thomas Kühne tku... at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 09:25:43 UTC 2019

Dear Bernd, 

„FM“ stands for force-matched. It is a PM6 custom parametrization for 
aqueous systems obtained by force matching to MP2 water clusters. 
Please see: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jcc.23887 <https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jcc.23887>


> Am 11.09.2019 um 10:28 schrieb B Goldf <jogogo... at gmail.com>:
> Dear Teo,
> besides PM6, PM6-FM is implemented in CP2K6.1.
> Do you know which modification "FM" makes?
> Is there some reference for PM6-FM?
> Many thank
> Bernd
> On Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at 5:36:50 PM UTC+2, Teo wrote:
> Dear All,
> good news:
> with the today commit, (finally !!), there's the possibility to run  
> PM6 semi-empirical calculation in
> CP2K (fully support for all elements) (at the moment only numerical  
> derivatives.. analytical will come soon).
> bad news:
> In the original version of PM6 there are some terms that make the  
> heat of formation a discontinuous function of
> the nuclei positions (are just correction terms, constants that  
> become zero for different topological configurations) that
> we didn't implement. Therefore for few situations there could be  
> discrepancies between the heat of formation of CP2K
> and the one of MOPAC (but the electronic energy should anyway be the  
> same (within numerical  errors (see below)).
> An example is H-CC-H, that has a constant correction term to the heat  
> of formation of the triple bond that becomes
> zero when the triple bond is broken (it's just a step function).
> Why have been these terms omitted?
> Simply because there's no trace of them in the PM6 paper.
> I'm sure that there could be other hidden corrections/parameters not  
> explicitly mentioned in the paper (classical correction
> like the one for correcting the sp2 pyramidalization, that we didn't  
> implement as well), so in case of big discrepancies
> compared with MOPAC2007 feel free to post here your input file and a  
> short description of the problem.
> What does it mean big discrepancies?
> These are the values for the heat of formation (kcalmol) of the  
> following systems (CP2K/MOPAC2007)
> HCl  (17.0356/17.0345)
> BrCl (2113.534/2113.493)
> TiO (202.714/202.633)
> If you have some discrepancy larger than the ones above, check always  
> the value of the electronic energy that
> must anyway be VERY similar (the only difference is in the way we  
> compute integrals.. so just kind of numerical
> errors, totally negligible).
> Have fun!!
> Teo
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Thomas D. Kühne
Dynamics of Condensed Matter
Chair of Theoretical Chemistry
University of Paderborn
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