By Charlotte Froese-Fischer
Computational Atomic constitution: An MCHF method offers with the sector of computational atomic constitution, particularly with the multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock (MCHF) process and the style within which this method is utilized in smooth physics. starting with an creation to computational algorithms and methods for atomic physics, the ebook describes the speculation underlying nonrelativistic atomic constitution calculations (making use of Brett-Pauli corrections for relativistic results) and information how the MCHF atomic constitution software program package deal can be utilized to this finish. The booklet concludes with a remedy of atomic homes, akin to power degrees, electron affinities, transition percentages, particular mass shift, effective constitution, hyperfine-structure, and autoionization. this contemporary, trustworthy exposition of atomic constitution concept proves priceless to someone seeking to utilize the authors' MCHF atomic constitution software program package deal, that's on hand publicly through the net.
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