3rd Edition. — Springer, 1995. — 499 p.Quantum chemistry and solid-state theory are two important related fields of research that have grown up with almost no cross communication. This book bridges the gap between the two. In the first half, new concepts for treating weak and strong correlations are developed, and standard quantum chemical methods as well as density functional integral, and Monte Carlo methods are discussed. The second half discusses applications of the theory to molecules, semiconductors, homogeneous metallic systems, transition metals, and strongly correlated systems such as heavy-fermion systems and the new high-T superconducting materials.The Independent-Electron Approximation Density Functional Theory Quantum-Chemical Approach to Electron Correlations The Projection Technique and Use of Local Operators Excited States Finite-Temperature Techniques Correlations in Atoms and Molecules Semiconductors and Insulators Homogeneous Metallic Systems Transition Metals Strongly Correlated Electrons Heavy-Fermion Systems Superconductivity and the High-T c materials
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