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Thermodynamic Extension of Density-functional Theory

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Thermodynamic Extension of Density-functional Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 144

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Density-functional theory is a rigorous approach for describing the ground state of any electronic system. Topics: Basic Massieu function, its Legendre and Massieu-Planck transforms for equilibrium state in terms of density matrix; Finite-temperature ensemble spin-density functional theory; Zero-temperature limit of the ensemble spin-density functional theory.

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