Studies of the ground and excited-state surfaces of the retinal chromophore using CAM-B3LYP
The isomerization of the 11-cis isomer (PSB11) of the retinal chromophore to its all-trans isomer (PSBT) is examined. Optimized structures on both the ground state and the excited state are calculated, and the dependence on torsional angles in the carbon
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