Qualitative Theory of the Cohesion in Metals
Proceedings of the International Conference of Theoretical Physics, Kyoto and Tokyo, September, 1953. Published by the Organizing Committee International Conference of Theoretical Physics Science Council of Japan, Ueno Park, Tokyo 1954, pp. 649-663. Reprinted in expanded form in collaboration with F.Seitz in: Solid State Physics I. Academic Press 1955, pp. 97-126
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- 5).A similar proposal was made independently by J. C. Slater in a personal communication to P. Löwdin.Google Scholar
- 6).A. quantitative discussion in the case of Be was given by C. C. Herring and A. G. Hill: Phys. Rev. 58 (1940), 132. For further references concerning applications of the cellular method, cf. J. C. Slater, Technical Report 4, Solid State and Molecular Theory Group, Mass. Inst. of Techn. July 1953.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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