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The First foreign convention on ETO Multicenter Molecular Integrals used to be held August 3-6, 1981, at the Florida A&M collage campus in Tallahassee, Florida, united states. Thirty 4 scientists from 8 international locations assembled in Tallahassee less than the sponsorship of the Institute for Molecular Computations and the Physics division at Florida A&M. monetary help is gratefully stated from the nationwide technology starting place, U.S. military examine workplace (Durham), place of work of Naval study, the nationwide Aeronautics and house Admini­ stration (NASA), and Florida A&M college. particularly, the editors wish to thank Dr. Joe Majowicz and Dr. David Squire of the U.S. military, and Dr. Aaron Temkin of NASA for his or her aid and encouragement. we'd additionally wish to recognize the Atlanta collage source middle for technological know-how and Engineering for monetary help within the pre­ paration of the manuscript. additionally, after all, we essentially take pleasure in the participation of the attendees and particularly the participants to this paintings. because of their displays, the convention used to be a really excessive and fertile discussion board for the trade of principles on a crucial and old challenge of quantum chemistry. eventually, we wish to thank Ms. Sonja Richardson for the enthusiastic, diligent and useful training of a truly tricky manuscript. Charles A. Weatherford Herbert W. Jones vii C. A. Weatherford and H. W. Jones (eds.), ETO Multicenter Molecular Inteffrals, vii.

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O lJ H £ pq n 100 . 100 i+p-2 £-2 (2-<,+1) C£ (i,J) C£ (p,q) a r j+q-n The results of carrying out this integral for £=0,1,2, and 3 are shown in Table I. (For clarity, we use decimals instead of the more desirable exact fractions. Also, a and its power has been subsequently type d in beside each coefficient value). Now we come to a difficult part of our procedure: we must guess the final form of our formula. Let us assume that the final formula will be exp(-2a) multiplied by a polynomial. Since exp(-2a) x exp(2a) = 1, we may factor out exp(-2a) from the terms without an exponential factor and do a multiplication by exp(2a).

H. Kranz, Dr. H. Trivedi, and Mr. E. J. Weniger, who contributed essential results as cited. Meetings with Dr. David M. Silver made possible by NATO Research Grant No. 1861 were very helpful and stimulating. The work reported here was supported in part by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Fonds der chemischen Industrie, and NATO Scientific Affairs Division. The computations were done at the Rechenzentrum der Universitat Regensburg. Thanks are due to its staff for excellent support. 26 E. STEINBORN The author is very much indebted to Professor Herbert W.

Also 00 ~ implies an infinite linear combination . Finally, an important characteristic of the HSs is that the oneparticle expectation values are equally spaced. In explanation ';J where i=(ntm)" i th HS. Thus l ~i(-Y ,;) £. s true that /'", /'" , lJ mn (24) for all i, j ,m,n This fact is useful because in order to span a sphere of configuration space, say from r=O to r=r , with N HSs, only one value of y needs to be calculated. That is, r~quire N-l l: i=l (25) /'" (y) i+l,i and solve for y considering /'" as a function of y .

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