Many-body Perturbation Theory of Molecules
by S. Wilson
Number of pages: 48
This text is concerned with the application of the many-body perturbation theory to arbitrary molecular systems. The method is probably computationally more efficient than other schemes and certainly has a number of theoretical properties which make its use attractive.
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