Applied Many-Body Methods in Spectroscopy and Electronic Structure by D. Mukherjee

Applied Many-Body Methods in Spectroscopy and Electronic Structure

EditorD. Mukherjee


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Ten papers summarize some recent developments in the many-body technique, which may someday become one of the standard tools of electronic structure studies and spectroscopy. Among the offerings are a pedagogical survey of the Bruckner-Goldstone theory, an overview of calculating a photoionization cross section, and the theory and computation of nonstationary states of polyelectronic atoms and molecules. The proceedings of a symposium in Calculta, December 1990, are augmented with other contributions, all in typescript. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Title:Applied Many-Body Methods in Spectroscopy and Electronic StructureFormat:HardcoverDimensions:299 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306441934

ISBN - 13:9780306441936

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The ManyBody Perturbation Theory of Bruckner and Goldstone (W. Kutzelnigg). Dilemmas in the Choice of Model Spaces Supporting Magnetic Hamiltonians (J.P. Malrieu). Recent Developments in the Calculation of Molecular Auger Spectra (F. Tarantelli et al.). Calculation of Photoionization Cross Section (I. Cacelli et al.). Multiconfigurational Green's Function Techniques for Excitation Energies, Ionization Potentials and Electron Affinities (D.L. Yeager). MBPT and Coupled Cluster Approaches to Parity Nonconservation in Atoms (S.A. Blundell). The ComplexScaling CoupledChannel Methods for Atomic and Molecular Resonances in Intense External Fields (SI. Chu). Multireference CoupledCluster Approach to Spectroscopic Constants (U. Kaldor). Theory and Computation of Nonstationary States of Polyelectronic Atoms and Molecules (C.A. Nicolaides). 1 additional article. Index.