## Electronic structure and properties |

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40i — r Fig. 8. Spherical harmonic contributions to the L = 0 charge density

was hoped that a combined theoretical and experimental study would yield the ...

40i — r Fig. 8. Spherical harmonic contributions to the L = 0 charge density

**shown in Fig**. 7 for Sc metal. (After Gupta and Freeman, 1976a.) (1976). Thus itwas hoped that a combined theoretical and experimental study would yield the ...

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Their LSDF results are

reduction of the bulk modulus due to magnetic order in a simple way. In Fig. 17

they show the effect of magnetic order on the pressure (i.e., the volume derivative

...

Their LSDF results are

**shown in Fig**. 16. Janak and Williams explain the dramaticreduction of the bulk modulus due to magnetic order in a simple way. In Fig. 17

they show the effect of magnetic order on the pressure (i.e., the volume derivative

...

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The derivation of the effective attractive interaction is only part of the solution to

the problem of calculating Tc because the bound state is obtained by considering

repeated phonon exchange as

The derivation of the effective attractive interaction is only part of the solution to

the problem of calculating Tc because the bound state is obtained by considering

repeated phonon exchange as

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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