CD ComputaBio Releases Excited State Computing Service for Basic Research

May 21, 2021

New York, USA- May 22, 2021- In a recent statement, CD ComputaBio says that the excited state computing service is already available to all customers. As a professional service team in the field of computational biology, CD ComputaBio has been dedicated to the progress of this field for many years, and so far has provided a wide range of services to countless customers around the world, making important contributions to their experiments.


For scientists, any equipment and technology that can promote the basic research and discoveries of industrial catalysts or other novel things will always be warmly welcomed. Quantum devices, contrasted with traditional computers, can achieve quantum speed-up by conducting quantum chemistry calculations more quickly and accurately, which are obviously preferred by researchers. Excited state computing, an important frontier of quantum chemistry, also belongs to this favorite rank.


The electrons have many possible energy levels. As atoms absorb electromagnetic radiation in the UV-visible range, the energy of the light causes the energy level of an electron to grow to a higher one. At this point, the molecule is in an excited state. The reactivity of a molecule depends on the number, arrangement, and energy of its valence electrons, so the excited state computing is essential to understand a molecule’s absorption and emission of light as well as its chemical reactivity.


The calculation methods for the excited state are mainly categorized into two types: ZINDO and Configuration Interaction Singles (CIS). ZINDO, developed from the INDO method, is a semi-empirical quantum chemistry method used in computational chemistry. With the CIS approach, scientists use orbitals of the Hartree-Fock solution to generate all singly excited determinants of the configuration interaction expansion. Other methods include time-dependent method and the Franck-condon rule.


“We are pleased to provide our customers with excited state computing service to help them examine the changes of the energy of electrons,” said a spokesperson from CD ComputaBio. “Our company’s rich experience and advanced equipment are both powerful guarantees for the efficiency and accuracy of excited state calculations. I believe that our service will definitely be recognized and appreciated by our customers.”


Considering that quantum chemistry contains many aspects, CD ComputaBio have also launched many other related services, such as QM/MM Computing Service and AMES Test Service. To learn more about the excited state computing service or other services, please visit the website:


About CD ComputaBio

CD ComputaBio, headquartered in the United States, is a supplier dedicated to providing professional services for CADD. The company has gathered professionals from all over the world to ensure the quality of work. In addition to services in quantum chemistry, the company also provides other services and applications, such as Univariate Analysis and Molecular Docking Service. The company promises to always uphold the customer-centered concept and continue to provide high-quality services for its customers.