Relativistic Electronic Structure Theory - Fundamentals

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Elsevier, Nov 22, 2002 - Science - 946 pages
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The first volume of this two part series is concerned with the fundamental aspects of relativistic quantum theory, outlining the enormous progress made in the last twenty years in this field. The aim was to create a book such that researchers who become interested in this exciting new field find it useful as a textbook, and do not have to rely on a rather large number of specialized papers published in this area.

· No title is currently available that deals with new developments in relativistic quantum electronic structure theory
· Interesting and relevant to graduate students in chemistry and physics as well as to all researchers in the field of quantum chemistry
· As treatment of heavy elements becomes more important, there will be a constant demand for this title
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Tour Historique
1
Chapter 2 The Dirac Operator
23
Chapter 3 Relativistic Selfconsistent Fields
107
Chapter 4 Nuclear Charge Density Distributions in Quantum Chemistry
203
Chapter 5 Basis Sets for Relativistic Calculations
259
Chapter 6 Post DiracFockMethods Electron Correlation
291
Chapter 7 Post DiracFockMethods Properties
332
Chapter 8 QED Theory of Atoms
401
Foundations and Basic Formalism
523
Chapter 11 TwoComponent Methods and the Generalized DouglasKroll Transformation
622
Chapter 12 Perturbation Theory of Relativistic Effects
664
Chapter 13 Perturbation Theory Based on QuasiRelativistic Hamiltonians
758
Chapter 14 Relativistic Effective Core Potentials
793
Chapter 15 Relativistic Solid State Theory
863
Index
919
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Chapter 9 Parity Violation
468

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