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Lecture Notes in Computational Chemistry: Electronic Structure Theory

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Lecture Notes in Computational Chemistry: Electronic Structure Theory
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Publisher: University of Zurich
Number of pages: 152

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Contents: Basic Quantum Mechanics; Basic Mathematical Review; Molecular Hamiltonian; Two-Electron Systems and Spin; Hartree-Fock Approximation; Molecular Orbital Theory; Correlation Energy; Coupled Cluster Approaches; Moller-Plesset Perturbation Theory; Density Functional Theory; Molecular Properties; NMR Chemical Shielding.

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