Minimizing Lateness Algorithm

In the field of computational chemistry, energy minimization (also named energy optimization, geometry minimization, or geometry optimization) is the procedure of finding an arrangement in space of a collection of atoms where, according to some computational model of chemical bonding, the net inter-atomic force on each atom is acceptably near to zero and the position on the potential energy surface (pes) is a stationary point (described later).

The motivation for performing a geometry optimization is the physical meaning of the obtained structure: optimized structures often correspond to a substance as it is found in nature and the geometry of such a structure can be used in a variety of experimental and theoretical investigations in the fields of chemical structure, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, spectroscopy and others.

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