The origin-independent magnetically induced CTOCD-GRRO and-GPRO (after continuous transformation of the origin of the current density-gradient of p and gradient of a power of p) current densities are shown to vary linearly with respect to their own defining a and fi parameters. The same is reflected in the connected magnetic properties, in particular the magnetic shielding. This is exploited to find values for a and fi that, using small basis sets, provide isotropic nuclear magnetic shieldings matching an accurate prediction, chosen as the complete basis set limit. An application to the 20 naturally occurring amino acids shows that different nuclei require different values of the parameters, which have been determined at the BHandHLYP/6-31+G(d,p) level with or without consideration of diversified chemical environments. Using CTOCD-GRRO and-GPRO methods, equipped with the optimized parameters at this low-cost level of calculation, 1H, 13C, 15N, and 17O magnetic shielding constants in glutathione, ophthalmic acid, and thyrotropin-releasing hormone are predicted with nearly the same accuracy as that of much more expensive calculations.
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