## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi". |

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To a large extent, it is possible to calculate the parameters entering the model

from first-principles single-electron

with zero, one and two localized electrons, which are parametrized by the ...

To a large extent, it is possible to calculate the parameters entering the model

from first-principles single-electron

**calculations**. The energies for configurationswith zero, one and two localized electrons, which are parametrized by the ...

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This is quite different from what one gets from normal band structure

where the /-resonance is pinned at the Fermi energy and in the case of Ce the

centre of gravity is even above the Fermi energy. These

This is quite different from what one gets from normal band structure

**calculations**where the /-resonance is pinned at the Fermi energy and in the case of Ce the

centre of gravity is even above the Fermi energy. These

**calculations**show also ...Page 301

Ni{100}(\/2 x y/2)R 45°-0 system was the first surface system for which multiple-

scattering

These

Ni{100}(\/2 x y/2)R 45°-0 system was the first surface system for which multiple-

scattering

**calculations**in the real-space cluster formulation were performed [22].These

**calculations**included about 30 atoms to a distance of > 5.0 A from the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Quasiparticles | 8 |

Electronic response at surfaces | 15 |

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