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Quantum mechanics of many-particle systems: atoms, molecules - and more

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Quantum mechanics of many-particle systems: atoms, molecules - and more
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Publisher: Learning Development Institute
Number of pages: 91

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Quantum mechanics of many-particle systems. From the table of contents: The problem - and how to deal with it; Some two-electron systems; Electronic structure - the independent particle model; The Hartree-Fock method; Atoms - the building blocks of matter.

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