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The Resource ManyBody Methods for Atoms, Molecules and Clusters, by Jochen Schirmer, (electronic resource)
ManyBody Methods for Atoms, Molecules and Clusters, by Jochen Schirmer, (electronic resource)
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 This book provides an introduction to manybody methods for applications in quantum chemistry. These methods, originating in fieldtheory, offer an alternative to conventional quantumchemical approaches to the treatment of the manyelectron problem in molecules. Starting with a general introduction to the atomic and molecular manyelectron problem, the book then develops a stringent formalism of fieldtheoretical manybody theory, culminating in the diagrammatic perturbation expansions of manybody Green's functions or propagators in terms of Feynman diagrams. It also introduces and analyzes practical computational methods, such as the fieldtested algebraicdiagrammatic construction (ADC) schemes. The ADC concept can also be established via a wavefunction based procedure, referred to as intermediate state representation (ISR), which bridges the gap between propagator and wavefunction formulations. Based on the current rapid increase in computer power and the development of efficient computational methods, quantum chemistry has emerged as a potent theoretical tool for treating everlarger molecules and problems of chemical and physical interest. Offering an introduction to manybody methods, this book appeals to advanced students interested in an alternative approach to the manyelectron problem in molecules, and is suitable for any courses dealing with computational methods in quantum chemistry
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 XII, 332 p. 53 illus., 2 illus. in color.
 Contents

 Part I ManyElectron Systems and the Electron Propagator
 Systems of identical particles
 Second quantization
 Oneparticle Greenâ€™s function
 Part II Formalism of Diagrammatic Perturbation Theory
 Perturbation theory for the electron propagator
 Introducing diagrams
 Feynman diagrams
 Timeordered or Goldstone diagrams
 Part III Approximation and Computational Schemes
 Selfenergy and the Dyson equation
 Algebraicdiagrammatic construction (ADC)
 Direct ADC procedure for the electron propagator
 Intermediatestate representation (ISR)
 Order relations and separability
 Part IV NElectronic excitations
 Polarization propagator
 ADC and ISR approaches to the polarization propagator
 Randomphase approximation (RPA)
 Part V. A look at related methods
 Algebraic propagator methods
 Coupledcluster methods for generalized excitations
 Appendix
 Isbn
 9783319936024
 Label
 ManyBody Methods for Atoms, Molecules and Clusters
 Title
 ManyBody Methods for Atoms, Molecules and Clusters
 Statement of responsibility
 by Jochen Schirmer
 Subject

 Physical organic chemistry
 Physical Chemistry
 Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra
 Chemistry
 Math. Applications in Chemistry
 Chemistry  Mathematics
 Electonic resources
 Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
 Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
 Chemistry
 Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book provides an introduction to manybody methods for applications in quantum chemistry. These methods, originating in fieldtheory, offer an alternative to conventional quantumchemical approaches to the treatment of the manyelectron problem in molecules. Starting with a general introduction to the atomic and molecular manyelectron problem, the book then develops a stringent formalism of fieldtheoretical manybody theory, culminating in the diagrammatic perturbation expansions of manybody Green's functions or propagators in terms of Feynman diagrams. It also introduces and analyzes practical computational methods, such as the fieldtested algebraicdiagrammatic construction (ADC) schemes. The ADC concept can also be established via a wavefunction based procedure, referred to as intermediate state representation (ISR), which bridges the gap between propagator and wavefunction formulations. Based on the current rapid increase in computer power and the development of efficient computational methods, quantum chemistry has emerged as a potent theoretical tool for treating everlarger molecules and problems of chemical and physical interest. Offering an introduction to manybody methods, this book appeals to advanced students interested in an alternative approach to the manyelectron problem in molecules, and is suitable for any courses dealing with computational methods in quantum chemistry
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 Chemistry
 Chemistry
 Physical organic chemistry
 Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
 Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
 Math. Applications in Chemistry
 Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences
 Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra
 Physical Chemistry
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 Part I ManyElectron Systems and the Electron Propagator  Systems of identical particles  Second quantization  Oneparticle Greenâ€™s function  Part II Formalism of Diagrammatic Perturbation Theory  Perturbation theory for the electron propagator  Introducing diagrams  Feynman diagrams  Timeordered or Goldstone diagrams  Part III Approximation and Computational Schemes  Selfenergy and the Dyson equation  Algebraicdiagrammatic construction (ADC)  Direct ADC procedure for the electron propagator  Intermediatestate representation (ISR)  Order relations and separability  Part IV NElectronic excitations  Polarization propagator  ADC and ISR approaches to the polarization propagator  Randomphase approximation (RPA)  Part V. A look at related methods  Algebraic propagator methods  Coupledcluster methods for generalized excitations  Appendix
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 XII, 332 p. 53 illus., 2 illus. in color.
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 ManyBody Methods for Atoms, Molecules and Clusters, by Jochen Schirmer, (electronic resource)
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 Part I ManyElectron Systems and the Electron Propagator  Systems of identical particles  Second quantization  Oneparticle Greenâ€™s function  Part II Formalism of Diagrammatic Perturbation Theory  Perturbation theory for the electron propagator  Introducing diagrams  Feynman diagrams  Timeordered or Goldstone diagrams  Part III Approximation and Computational Schemes  Selfenergy and the Dyson equation  Algebraicdiagrammatic construction (ADC)  Direct ADC procedure for the electron propagator  Intermediatestate representation (ISR)  Order relations and separability  Part IV NElectronic excitations  Polarization propagator  ADC and ISR approaches to the polarization propagator  Randomphase approximation (RPA)  Part V. A look at related methods  Algebraic propagator methods  Coupledcluster methods for generalized excitations  Appendix
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 unknown
 Extent
 XII, 332 p. 53 illus., 2 illus. in color.
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9783319936024
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 uncompressed
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319936024
 Other physical details
 online resource.
 Quality assurance targets
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 access
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (DEHe213)9783319936024
Subject
 Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra
 Chemistry
 Chemistry
 Chemistry  Mathematics
 Electonic resources
 Math. Applications in Chemistry
 Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences
 Physical Chemistry
 Physical organic chemistry
 Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
 Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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