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Experimental inference  may point in the same direction. Clearly, much work remains to be done in this subarea. Evolutionary operators need to be refined in order to deal efficiently with clusters and their ligand layers separately, as well as simultaneously. Suitable levels of theory for the interparticle forces have to be found and tested. And, of course, the size gap between application calculations and experiments needs to be closed. 44 B. 5 Supported/Adatom Clusters Besides bare clusters in a vacuum (cluster beam) and clusters with passivation layers, another important experimental environment for clusters is a (solid) support.
6 Isolated Atomic Model Systems . . . Isolated Atomic Main Group Clusters . . Isolated Atomic Transition-Metal Clusters Passivated Clusters . . . . . . . Supported/Adatom Clusters . . . . Isolated Molecular Clusters . . . . 4 Comparison to Other Methods 5 Current and Future Method Development . . . . . . . . 48 6 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Applications of Evolutionary Computation in Chemistry by Roy L. Johnston, H.M. Cartwright, V.J. Gillet, S. Habershon, K.D.M. Harris, B. Hartke, R.L. Johnston, R. Unger, S. Woodley