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comment B3LYP vs PBE functionals for conjugated organic systems
Thanks for your advice. I don't plan on changing functionals; DFT is not my area of expertise, and I'd rather understand the performance of one or two functionals instead of using a different one for each situation. Still very helpful though.
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Remember that it's possible to cool something below ambient by evaporating a solvent. Using evaporative refrigeration of liquid helium it's possible to cool well below 1 K, even though helium boils at ~1 K.
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comment B3LYP vs PBE functionals for conjugated organic systems
@user26143 There isn't much about DFT on either site, and I'm a physicist, and so is Kohn, although he got the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Maybe if there is no answer on here after a couple days I'll try on CSE.
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