## Electronic structure and properties |

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Theoretical Methods 2 A. Complexities and Approximations Required for Treating

the Many-Body Problem of a Solid in a Solvable, Tractable Form 3 B. Local

Density and Local Spin Density Functional Theories 4 C.

D.

Theoretical Methods 2 A. Complexities and Approximations Required for Treating

the Many-Body Problem of a Solid in a Solvable, Tractable Form 3 B. Local

Density and Local Spin Density Functional Theories 4 C.

**Energy Band**Methods 6D.

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This latter procedure for treating excitation energies relies on Koopmann's

theorem assumption that, for an excitation of ... Let us consider a bit more closely

this question from the local density-

view.

This latter procedure for treating excitation energies relies on Koopmann's

theorem assumption that, for an excitation of ... Let us consider a bit more closely

this question from the local density-

**energy band**versus many-electron points ofview.

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the other hand, the Bk f orbitals are very compact and one will find Uc » W. As an

example of the current ability of the

properties of complex systems, we turn to the recent work on a-U. The anomalous

...

the other hand, the Bk f orbitals are very compact and one will find Uc » W. As an

example of the current ability of the

**energy band**scheme to describe theproperties of complex systems, we turn to the recent work on a-U. The anomalous

...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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