Correlations in Atoms and Molecules

  • P. Fulde
Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 100)


Electron correlations have a strong influence on the bonding properties of atoms. Although the correlation energy is usually very small compared to the large SCF energy, it is often of the same order of magnitude as the energy differences one wants to calculate. An example is the binding energy of atoms in molecules, to which correlations contribute considerably. They should therefore be considered an important ingredient of chemical bonding.


Valence Electron Electron Correlation Correlation Energy Hydrocarbon Molecule Simple Analytic Expression 
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  • P. Fulde
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  1. 1.MPI für Physik Komplexer SystemeDresdenGermany

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