Advances in Quantum Chemistry: Lowdin Volume presents a series of articles exploring aspects of the application of quantum mechanics to atoms, molecules, and solids.
- Celebrates Per-Olov Lowdin, who would have been 100 in 2016
- Contains papers by many who use his ideas in theoretical chemistry and physics today
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1. Per-Olov Löwdin 2. From Numerical Orbitals to Analytical Ones and Back 3. The Time-Dependent Variational Principal in Quantum Mechanics and Its Application 4. Specifics on the Scientific Legacy of Per-Olov Löwdin 5. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory with Application to Atomic Systems 6. Quantum Partitioning Methods for Few-Atom and Many-Atom Dynamics 7. Vibrational Quantum Squeezing Induced by Inelastic Collisions 8. Resonances in the Continuum, Field-Induced Nonstationary States, and the State- and Property-Specific Treatment of the Many-Electron Problem 9. High-Temperature Superconductivity in Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems 10. Quantum Chemistry and Superconductors 11. State-Quantum-Chemistry Set in a Photonic Framework 12. Quantum Chemistry with Thermodynamic Condition. A Journey into the Supercritical Region and Approaching the Critical Point 13. Electron Propagator Theory: Foundations and Predictions 14. Cognition of Learning and Memory: What Have Löwdin's Orthogonalizations Got to Do With That? 15. Ab Initio Complex Potential Energy Surfaces From Standard Quantum Chemistry Packages 16. High-Resolution Quantum-Mechanical Signal Processing for in vivo NMR Spectroscopy