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Electronic Structure Methods

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Electronic Structure Methods

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Contents: Electron configuration; Tight binding; Nearly free electron model; Hartree-Fock method; Modern valence bond; Generalized valence bond; Moller-Plesset perturbation theory; Configuration interaction; Coupled cluster; Multi-configurational self-consistent field; Density functional theory; Quantum chemistry composite methods; Quantum Monte Carlo; etc.

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