Table 3

Two-driver devices
Pd1 Pd2 1,6-heptadiene 1,8-nonadiene 1,4-diallyl butane
Po(Pd1,Pd2) Po(Pd1+Pd2) Po(Pd1,Pd2) Po(Pd1+Pd2) Po(Pd1,Pd2) Po(Pd1+Pd2)
0 0 −0.068 −0.068 −0.058 −0.058 −0.001 −0.001
0.2 0.2 −0.316 −0.323 −0.625 −0.630 −0.998 −0.992
0.4 0.2 −0.431 −0.423 −0.753 −0.740 −0.994 −0.987
0.6 −0.2 −0.326 −0.323 −0.651 −0.630 −0.998 −0.992
0.8 0.2 −0.560 −0.531 −0.840 −0.768 −0.985 −0.979
1 −0.4 −0.383 −0.423 −0.718 −0.740 −0.995 −0.988
0.4 −0.2 −0.204 −0.191 −0.454 −0.398 −0.999 −0.993
1 −0.2 −0.469 −0.490 −0.788 −0.793 −0.990 −0.984
0.6 −0.8 0.090 0.191 0.075 0.398 0.997 0.991
RMSE 0.038 0.112 0.005
RMSE* 0.137 0.108 0.014

Po(Pd1, Pd2) and Po(Pd1 + Pd2) denote the calculated output polarizations based on the SA/CASSCF method.

RMSE has been calculated based on Po(Pd1,Pd2) and Po(Pd1 + Pd2).

RMSE* has been calculated based on Po(Pd1, Pd2) and Po*(Pd1 + Pd2) from Table 2.

Rahimi and Nejad

Rahimi and Nejad Nanoscale Research Letters 2012 7:274   doi:10.1186/1556-276X-7-274

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