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Possible Answers: NAP, SLEEP, SIESTA, CATNAP, SNOOZE.
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Random information on the term “NAP”:
A National Action Plan on the elimination of child labour (or NAP) is a national strategy, plan or programme aimed at addressing child labour within a given country, usually with an emphasis on worst forms of child labour. Some countries also refer to this as an Action Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (APEC).
The ILO has set 2008 as the target year by which all countries that have ratified the Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention should have NAPs in place.
The following countries have adopted, or plan to adopt, such a programme:
Random information on the term “SIESTA”:
Quantum chemistry computer programs are used in computational chemistry to implement the methods of quantum chemistry. Most include the Hartree–Fock (HF) and some post-Hartree–Fock methods. They may also include density functional theory (DFT), molecular mechanics or semi-empirical quantum chemistry methods. The programs include both open source and commercial software. Most of them are large, often containing several separate programs, and have been developed over many years.
The following table illustrates the capabilities of the most versatile software packages that show an entry in two or more columns of the table.
† “Academic”: academic (no cost) license possible upon request; “Commercial”: commercially distributed.
‡ Support for periodic systems (3d-crystals, 2d-slabs, 1d-rods and isolated molecules): 3d-periodic codes always allow simulating systems with lower dimensionality within a supercell. Specified here is the ability for simulating within lower periodicity.