Are atomic Hartree-Fock equations linearizable?
No generator Lo is of the required form. Therefore we have definitively established that the H-F equations (1) are not linearizable by a 1:1 transformation of the space of variables≠, ψ, ψ*, ϕ, Z = ζ-ε · 21/2r, when \(\psi (\vec r)\) is invariant under rotations.
We wish to thank Sukeyuki Kumei for an early communication, and helpful discussion, of the linearization analysis he and George Bluman discovered.
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