By J. Tomasi (auth.), Y. Ellinger, M. Defranceschi (eds.)

At the time while expanding numbers of chemists are being attracted via the fascination of supposedly effortless computing and linked vibrant imaging, this booklet looks as a counterpoint.

the 1st half specializes in primary options of quantum chemistry, protecting MCSCF idea, perturbation remedies, foundation set advancements, density matrices, wave functionality instabilities to correlation results, and momentum area conception.

the second one half is dedicated to simpler reviews, starting from the characterisation of unique interstellar molecules, the exact decision of spectroscopic constants, excited states buildings and EPR parameters via photochemical and charge-transfer approaches, cluster chemistry and fullerenes, muonium chemistry, to the potential prediction of the reaction of fabrics to electrical fields in view of nonlinear optical functions. *Audience:* Graduate scholars and researchers whose paintings consists of quantum chemistry, molecular physics, and fabrics modelling.

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E. that they are pure s, p, d ... functions (RHF approach). On the other hand, no spin constraint is assumed. (l) in the sense that it requires a compensation between T and -Z/r. The main difference comes from the presence of and that might reduce the range of that compensation. (14) using the following - we first determine normalised Chemistry ; - using these normalised by using some standard program of Quantum we determine the functions and ; - then we set up the equation : where f is an unknown function, e is a variable parameter, tions evaluated at the preceding step using the normalised are the values of f and and are the funcand f (0), at the origin (note that f (0) is unknown).

5 B for C and 2 B for Si). 8 B 26 for Si) the deviation extremum. CHAVY ET AL. is still smaller than 10% of the value of the orbital at the last These results illustrate the fact that the orbital is weakly dependent of the energy e at the peak for r=0 (Cusp theorem) but also down in the valley and even on the next hill if any (Valley theorem). In the case of the p and d orbitals (fig. 4-6) the deviations are larger than the deviations obtained with s orbitals. This is simply because the magnitudes of the p and d orbitals are larger than those of the s orbitals for r ca.

Herzberg, Constants of Diatomic Molecules, van Nostrand, New York, 1979. 11. B. van Duijneveld. Gaussian basis sets for the atoms H-Ne for use in molecular calculations, IBM Research, 1971. A. Veillard, Theoret. Chim. Acta 12,405(1968). Huzinaga . Gaussian basis sets For molecular calculations, Physical Sciences data 16, Elsevier, 1984. 12. Pernot, Chem. Phys. 90, 271 (1984). 13. Ahlrichs, Phys. Rev. 64 , 2706 (1976) A Coupled MCSCF-Perturbation Treatment for Electronic Spectra O. PARISEL and Y.