In 2013, ADF’s lead citation, Chemistry with ADF, J. Comp. Chem. 22, 931 (2001) crossed the barrier of 3,000 citations on Web of Science. On April 23rd, 2999 citations were reported and the paper by Bert te Velde, Matthias Bickelhaupt, Evert Jan Baerends, Celia Fonseca Guerra, Stan van Gisbergen, and Tom Ziegler further collected 10 more citations that week.
ADF is most often used in Inorganic, Physical, and General Chemistry
Amsterdam Density Functional is a versatile tool for understanding and predicting chemistry in various areas. The strengths of ADF, accurate treatment of transition metals and heavy elements, many spectroscopic properties, and analysis tools for insight in chemical bonding, are reflected in the top-5 journals in which the “Chemistry with ADF” paper has been cited:
– Inorganic Chemistry (Inorg. Chem.)
– Journal of Physical Chemistry A (J. of Phys. Chem. A)
– Journal of the American Chemical Society (J. Am. Chem. Soc.)
– Journal of Chemical Physics (J. Chem. Phys.)
Have a look at the current list of papers citing ADF.