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Number of two-body, three-body and four-body clusters for systems with up to 13 molecules.
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Water clusters from  studied in this work.
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Cyclic-chair structure of the water hexamer.
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Comparison of the structures of the first seven water clusters optimized on the Hartree–Fock and MP...
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Electrostatic and dispersion interaction energy for three different structures of the water dimer. ...
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Two- and three-body dispersion energies for three structures of the water trimer. In all conformati...
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Number of three-body subclusters for which the three-body dispersion energy is attractive (red) or ...
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DFT-SAPT energy decomposition of the three-body interaction energy of the water trimer calculated u...
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DFT-SAPT energy decomposition of the sum of the three- and four-body interaction energy of the wate...
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Sum of three- and four-body dispersion interactions compared to the total many-body interactions Δ3...
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Relative contribution of the two-body dispersion interaction energy to the complete two-body and to...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 979–991, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.83
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