Description - Algebraic and Diagrammatic Methods in Many-Fermion Theory by Frank Harris
This text on the use of electron correlation effects in the description of the electronic structure of atoms, molecules, and crystals is intended for graduate students in physical chemistry and physics. Modern theories of electronic structure and methods of incorporating electron correlation contributions are developed using a diagrammatic and algebraic formulation. Examples from molecular and solid state quantum mechanics enhance the book. AUTHORS: Frank E. Harris is Professor of Physics at the University of Utah. Hendrik J. Monkhorst is Professor Emeritus of Physics and Chemistry at the University of Florida. David Freeman is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Rhode Island.
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