Impressive advances have been made in the study of atomic structures, at both the experimental and theoretical levels. And yet, the scarcity of information on atomic energy levels is evident At the same time there exists a need for data, because of the developments in such diverse fields as astrophysics and plasma and laser research, all of them of fundamental importance as well as practical impact. This project of research in atomic structure, consisting of three components (formulation, computer program, and numerical results), constitutes a basic and comprehensive work with a variety of uses. In its most practical application, it will yield a rather accurate prediction of the energy levels of any atomic system, of use per se or in the interpretation and confirmation of experimental results. On the other hand, it will also be of use in the comparative study of the appropriateness of the various levels of approximation and as a point of reference.Lecture. Notes. in. Chemistry. For information about Vols. 1a18 Vol. 19: E. Clementi, Computational Aspects for Large Chemical Systems. V, 184 pages. ... N.D. Epiotis, Unified Valence Bond Theory of Electronic Structure Vlll, 305 pages. 1982.
|Title||:||Research in Atomic Structure|
|Author||:||S. Fraga, Mariusz Klobukowski, J. Muszynska, E. San Fabian, K.M.S. Saxena, J.A. Sordo, T.L. Sordo|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|