Electron Correlation from Molecules to Materials
In the treatment of electron correlation, ab initio quantum chemical methods occupy a central role. However, when compared with the approaches used in some areas of physics, particularly with reference to strong correlation, there seems to be important differences. In this chapter, I plan to discuss the different philosophy, access where some limitations are, and suggest some ways to overcome these limitations to the mutual benefit of all aspects of electronic structure theory.
KeywordsElectron Correlation Neon Atom Electronic Structure Theory Optimize Effective Potential Cusp Condition
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