Density-Functional Theory of Atoms and Molecules
This book is a rigorous, unified account of the fundamental principles of the density-functional theory of the electronic structure of matter and its applications to atoms and molecules. Containing a detailed discussion of the chemical potential and its derivatives, it provides an understanding of the concepts of electronegativity, hardness and softness, and chemical reactivity. Both the Hohenberg-Kohn-Sham and the Levy-Lieb derivations of the basic theorems are presented, and extensive references to the literature are included. Two introductory chapters and several appendices provide all the background material necessary beyond a knowledge of elementary quantum theory. The book is intended for physicists, chemists, and advanced students in chemistry.
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Convex functions and functionals
Second quantization for fermions
The Wigner distribution function and the h semiclassical expansion
The uniform electron gas
Tables of values of electronegativities and hardnesses
The review literature of densityfunctional theory
10 Aspects of atoms and molecules
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Page i - FRS THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON CHEMISTRY 1. JD Lambert: Vibrational and rotational relaxation in gases 2. NG Parsonage and LAK Staveley: Disorder in crystals 3. GC Maitland, M. Rigby, EB Smith, and WA Wakeham: Intermolecular forces: their origin and determination 4. WG Richards, HP Trivedi, and DL Cooper: Spin-orbit coupling in molecules 5. CF Cullis and MM Hirschler: The combustion of organic polymers 6. RT Bailey, AM North, and RA Pethrick: Molecular motion in high polymers 7.
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Page 294 - Behavior of the chemical potential of neutral atoms in the limit of large nuclear charge.
Page 47 - His main assumption is that the electrons are distributed uniformly in the six-dimensional phase space for the motion of an electron at the rate of two for each h* of 6-volume.
Page 287 - Completely numerical calculations on diatomic molecules in the localdensity approximation. Phys. Rev. A 33: 2786-2788.