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25 28 32 37 37 40 48 48 50 51 53 54 . 55 . 56 . 5 7 1. Introduction In principle the problem of finding nonrelativistic molecular wave functions for a fixed nuclear framework was solved in the 1920’s, when Schrodinger formulated his, now famous, differential equation: X Y o= w,YI,. (1) The zero subscripts denote exact solutions, 2 is the quantum mechanical Hamiltonian operator for the system to be investigated, and Yo is its electronic wave function in the stationary state of energy Wo.
Advances in quantum chemistry. / Volume 3 by Per-Olov (Editor); Lowdin