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The spreading of the quantum-mechanical probability distribution density of D-dimensional hydrogenic orbitals is quantitatively determined by means of the local information-theoretic quantity of Fisher in both position and momentum spaces. The Fisher information is found in closed form in terms of the quantum numbers of the orbital.
The Fisher-Shannon and LMC shape complexities and the Shannon-disequilibrium, Fisher-Shannon and Fisher-disequilibrium information planes, which consist of two localization-delocalization factors, are computed in both position and momentum spaces for the one-particle densities of 90 selected molecules of various chemical types, at the CISD/6-311++G(3df,2p)(More)
Heisenberg-like and Fisher-information-based uncertainty relations which extend and generalize previous similar expressions are obtained for N-fermion d-dimensional systems. The contributions of both spatial and spin degrees of freedom are taken into account. The accuracy of some of these generalized spinned uncertainty-like relations is numerically(More)
The Fisher–Shannon and LMC shape complexities and the Shannon–disequilibrium, Fisher–Shannon and Fisher–disequilibrium information planes, which consist of two localization–delocalization factors, are computed in both position and momentum spaces for the one-particle densities of 90 selected molecules of various chemical types, at the CISD/6-311++G(3df,2p)(More)
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