#! /bin/sh
# == Expert option ==
# This example demonstrates how to do calculate static and frequency dependent
# polarizabilities with the Polarizability Interaction Model (PIM). The example
# consists of 3 calculations: static polarizability, frequency dependent, and
# with inclusion of effect of the local field.
# When the molecule interacts with a metal nanoparticle, there are two types of
# interactions: the image field and the local field. The image field is caused
# by the dipoles induced into the nanoparticle by the molecule's electron
# density. This is always taken into account in a DIM/QM calculation. The local
# field arises by direct interactions of the nanoparticle with an external
# field. Addition of the LOCALFIELD key causes the DIM/QM calculation to include
# this effect, but by default this is not included in a DIM/QM calculation.
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# STATIC POLARIZABILITY
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