Correlation effects in molecules
Complete error potential
Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Chemistry and Pharmacology
Summary The complete error potential is used for the study of the correlation of molecules. The correlation can be seen as a relaxation of the electrons and a relaxation of the nuclei. From the Fermi sea, the electronic relaxation gives rise to a partial excitation of each orbital which collectively generates a linear, a surface or a volume pressure; the resulting forces acting on the nuclei are defined in a general theory of the intramolecular forces. H3, H 3 + , the diatoms and the hydrid of the first nine elements are taken as examples.
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