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By Yukio Yamaguchi, John D. Goddard, Yoshihiro Osamura, Henry Schaefer

In sleek theoretical chemistry, the significance of the analytic review of power derivatives from trustworthy wave features can rarely be overvalued. This monograph provides the formula and implementation of analytical power by-product tools in ab initio quantum chemistry. It incorporates a systematic presentation of the mandatory algebraic formulae for the entire derivations. The assurance is proscribed to by-product equipment for wave capabilities according to the variational precept, particularly limited Hartree-Fock (RHF), configuration interplay (CI) and multi-configuration self-consistent-field (MCSCF) wave capabilities. The monograph is meant to facilitate the paintings of quantum chemists, and should function an invaluable source for graduate-level scholars of the sphere.

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163) – if the (transverse) displacement ﬁeld ε 0 E + P A , whereas Π ˆ be not transformed – is related to the (transverse) electric ﬁeld Eˆ ⊥ , and the interaction term that corresponds to the ﬁrst term in Eq. 150) describes an interaction of the polarization Pˆ A of the atomic system with Eˆ ⊥ instead of Eˆ ⊥ + ε 0 Pˆ ⊥ A. 4 Interaction of the electromagnetic ﬁeld with charged particles in the presence of dielectric media In classical optics, dielectric matter is commonly described in terms of a phenomenologically introduced macroscopic dielectric susceptibility (or permittivity).

13 The interaction of the particles with the transverse electromagnetic ﬁeld, i. 117) [see Eq. 113)]. This kind of coupling is called minimal coupling. 70), respectively. 77). 120) a Qa ˆ Q2 ˆ 2 pˆ a A(rˆ a ) + ∑ a A (rˆ a ). 121) Here Hˆ R is the Hamiltonian of the transverse electromagnetic ﬁeld, Hˆ C is the Hamiltonian of the charged particles including their mutual interaction 13) This decomposition of the Hamiltonian is independent of the chosen gauge and the choice of the canonically conjugate vari- ables, unless an explicit time dependence is introduced.

192) a can be introduced which generalizes Eq. 112). The transition from classical to quantum theory again consists of the replacement of the canonically conjugate c-number variables ra , pa , A(r) and ˆ (r) and Π ˆ (r). 116), but with δ⊥(ε) (r − r ) in place of δ⊥ (r − r ) in Eq. 116), i. 114) reads Hˆ = 1 ˆ2 −1 2 ˆ d3 r ε ( r ) ε − 0 Π (r) + µ0 [∇ × A(r)] 1 2 +∑ a 1 ˆ (rˆ a ) pˆ a − Q a A 2m a 2 ˆ Coul . 194) The solutions of the time-independent wave equation ∇ × ∇ × A λ ( r) − ωλ2 ε ( r) A λ ( r) = 0 c2 22) When ε does not depend on r, then εδ⊥(ε ) (r) = δ⊥ (r).