Q-Chem 6.2 Is Now Available!

May 6th, 2024

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Q-Chem is pleased to announce the release of Q-Chem 6.2. A wide variety of new features have been added, including new methods for modeling Auger decay, several new features related to X-ray spectroscopy (such as the DFT/CIS semi-empirical method), a variety of new NEO methods (including real-time NEO approaches, multistate NEO, SCS-RIMP2, and SOS-OOMP2), and many more! For a full list of new features and bugfixes, please review the official Q-Chem 6.2 release log here.

Users with a current QMP subscription, or who have purchased 6.0 or 6.1 with a free 6.2 upgrade, may install Q-Chem 6.2 free of charge using the instructions here. Otherwise, you can request a no-obligation quote here.

Would some of the new features be helpful in one of your research projects? Why not give it a test run? Customers who wish to take advantage of our free one-month, full-featured trial license can request a demo here!