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

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We have already noted that the surface

can use a realistic shape such as those calculated for real surfaces by Lang and

Kohn[20]. This choice changes the matrix element (f\dV/dz\i). It affects V(z), and

the ...

We have already noted that the surface

**potential**V(z) need not be a step. Onecan use a realistic shape such as those calculated for real surfaces by Lang and

Kohn[20]. This choice changes the matrix element (f\dV/dz\i). It affects V(z), and

the ...

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interacting electrons we cannot in principle write down a single-particle

and single-particle states in a solid. A very useful approach to the treatment of the

many-body effects has been achieved by the density functional theory [1].

interacting electrons we cannot in principle write down a single-particle

**potential**and single-particle states in a solid. A very useful approach to the treatment of the

many-body effects has been achieved by the density functional theory [1].

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The lowest-order one-dimensional hydrogen atom model for the image

bound states can be modified in a few respects to fully account for the

experimental observations. The first correction is the saturation of the Coulomb

The lowest-order one-dimensional hydrogen atom model for the image

**potential**bound states can be modified in a few respects to fully account for the

experimental observations. The first correction is the saturation of the Coulomb

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Quasiparticles | 8 |

Electronic response at surfaces | 15 |

Copyright | |

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