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Kiyoshi Tanaka
Kiyoshi Tanaka
Professor Emeritus Hokkaido University
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An ab initio study on ketene, hydroxyacetylene, formylmethylene, oxirene, and their rearrangement paths
K Tanaka, M Yoshimine
Journal of the American Chemical Society 102 (26), 7655-7662, 1980
1171980
A theoretical study on the potential surfaces of the lower electronic states of HCO
K Tanaka, ER Davidson
The Journal of Chemical Physics 70 (6), 2904-2913, 1979
1041979
Comparison between spin restricted and unrestricted post-Hartree—Fock calculations of effective exchange integrals in Ising and Heisenberg models
K Yamaguchi, M Okumura, W Mori, J Maki, K Takada, T Noro, K Tanaka
Chemical physics letters 210 (1-3), 201-210, 1993
811993
A cluster expansion theory with multireference functions using the unitary ansatz
K Tanaka, H Terashima
Chemical physics letters 106 (6), 558-562, 1984
761984
The second 3Σu state of O2
M Yoshimine, K Tanaka, H Tatewaki, S Obara, F Sasaki, K Ohno
The Journal of Chemical Physics 64 (5), 2254-2255, 1976
731976
Parallelized integral-direct CIS (D) calculations with multilayer fragment molecular orbital scheme
Y Mochizuki, K Tanaka, K Yamashita, T Ishikawa, T Nakano, S Amari, ...
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 117 (4), 541-553, 2007
722007
Potential surface for the methylenecyclopropane rearrangement
D Feller, K Tanaka, ER Davidson, WT Borden
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (4), 967-972, 1982
711982
Fragment interaction analysis based on local MP2
T Ishikawa, Y Mochizuki, S Amari, T Nakano, H Tokiwa, S Tanaka, ...
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 118 (5), 937-945, 2007
692007
Relativistic dsp-model core potentials for main group elements in the fourth, fifth and sixth row and their applications
E Miyoshi, Y Sakai, K Tanaka, M Masamura
Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 451 (1-2), 73-79, 1998
571998
Correlation holes and wavefunctions for the 1S, 1, and 3 states of Be, B+, and C2+
H Tatewaki, K Tanaka
The Journal of Chemical Physics 60 (2), 601-606, 1974
561974
Configuration interaction study of X‐ray and fast electron scattering factors for light atomic systems
K Tanaka, F Sasaki
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 5 (2), 157-175, 1971
561971
Fragment molecular orbital calculations on large scale systems containing heavy metal atom
T Ishikawa, Y Mochizuki, T Nakano, S Amari, H Mori, H Honda, T Fujita, ...
Chemical physics letters 427 (1-3), 159-165, 2006
552006
Interband Optical Transitions in Extremely Anisotropic Semiconductors. III. Numerical Studies of Magneto-Optical Absorption
M Shinada, K Tanaka
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 29 (5), 1258-1268, 1970
491970
A method of incorporating quadruple correction in the scheme of multi-reference singly and doubly excited configuration interaction—a CSF based coupled pair approximation
K Tanaka, T Sakai, H Terashima
Theoretica chimica acta 76 (4), 213-225, 1989
451989
Configuration interaction calculation of the O2 + ion and study of the photoelectron spectra of O2
N Honjou, K Tanaka, K Ohno, H Taketa
Molecular Physics 35 (6), 1569-1578, 1978
391978
A CSF-based multireference coupled pair approximation
T Sakai, K Tanaka
Theoretica chimica acta 85 (6), 451-461, 1993
381993
Ab initio SCF CI calculations on the ground and π–π* excited states of the pyrrole molecule and its positive ion
K Tanaka, T Nomura, T Noro, H Tatewaki, T Takada, H Kashiwagi, ...
The Journal of Chemical Physics 67 (12), 5738-5741, 1977
351977
On the Nodal Surfaces of Hydrogen Eigenfunctions in a Magnetic Field
M Shinada, O Akimoto, H Hasegawa, K Tanaka
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 28 (4), 975-980, 1970
341970
Fragment molecular orbital calculations on red fluorescent protein (DsRed)
Y Mochizuki, T Nakano, S Amari, T Ishikawa, K Tanaka, M Sakurai, ...
Chemical physics letters 433 (4-6), 360-367, 2007
332007
Dynamic polarizability calculation with fragment molecular orbital scheme
Y Mochizuki, T Ishikawa, K Tanaka, H Tokiwa, T Nakano, S Tanaka
Chemical physics letters 418 (4-6), 418-422, 2006
332006
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