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The time required for a conformational analysis depends also directly on the type of method used for the calculation of the energy. Confonnational energies can be calculated either using quantum mechanical or molecular mechanical methods. Because the quantum mechanical calculations are very time consuming, they cannot be applied to large or flexible molecules. For that reason most of the conformational search programs use molecular mechanics methods for the calculation of energies as a standard.
Calculation of atomic charges from the molecular charge densities is the best choice if the results are for use in empirical energy functions for the purpose of interaction energy calculations. As can be deduced from Table 1 it is not absolutely necessary to use large ab initio basis sets. With smaller basis sets and even with the semi-empirical AM1 method dipole moments can be obtained which compare quite well with experimental values. However, the quality of the resulting dipole moment depends very distinctly on the procedure employed for generating the atomic point charges.
Above all, NMR data have become a valuable tool in this respect. Since most of the available NMR data have been obtained in chloroform or similar organic solvents, the explicit inclusion of the corresponding dielectric constant in the Coulombic term of a force field leads to an improved agreement with experimental results. Consideration of the dielectric constant is one possibility to simulate solvent effects. An alternative way is to create a solvent box around the molecule containing discrete solvent molecules.