The structure of the Periodic Table and the concept of valence demonstrate the qualitative value of methods which avoid a detailed description of the inner shell core electrons and the introduction of model and pseudopotential methods stemmed from the recognition that many atomic and molecular properties are determined quantitatively by the interactions of only the outermost electrons of the atomic or molecular system. Detailed reviews of the applications of model and pseudopotential methods have been presented by Weeks, Hazi and Rice (1969) and by Bardsley (1974).
KeywordsValence Electron Photoionization Cross Section Alkali Metal Atom Pseudopotential Method Rydberg Level
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