## Electronic structure and properties |

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The Alm are chosen so that each APW basis function is continuous at the sphere

boundary. This guarantees that the crystal

will remain, however, a slope discontinuity since we are limited to a finite ...

The Alm are chosen so that each APW basis function is continuous at the sphere

boundary. This guarantees that the crystal

**wave function**will be continuous; therewill remain, however, a slope discontinuity since we are limited to a finite ...

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However, as the core level advances toward EF (with decreasing Z), the

However, as the core level advances toward EF (with decreasing Z), the

**wave****function**of the level increasingly delocalizes and hybridization begins. The**wave****function**begins to occupy much more of the interstitial region between atoms.Page 200

(102) / Separately, each potential has a fivefold degenerate bound d level with

constructed as a linear combination of these orbitals The energy bands are

obtained in ...

(102) / Separately, each potential has a fivefold degenerate bound d level with

**wave function**<^(r), and it is supposed that the crystal**wave function**can beconstructed as a linear combination of these orbitals The energy bands are

obtained in ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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Electronic Structure and Properties: Treatise on Materials ..., Volume 21 Frank Y. Fradin Limited preview - 2016 |

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