Assessment of correlation energies based on the random-phase approximation

@article{Paier2012AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of correlation energies based on the random-phase approximation},
  author={Joachim A. Paier and Xinguo Ren and Patrick Rinke and Gustavo E. Scuseria and Andreas Grueneis and Georg Kresse and Matthias Scheffler},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={14},
  pages={043002}
}
The random-phase approximation to the ground state correlation energy (RPA) in combination with exact exchange (EX) has brought the Kohn-Sham (KS) density functional theory one step closer towards a universal, 'general purpose first-principles method'. In an effort to systematically assess the influence of several correlation energy contributions beyond RPA, this paper presents dissociation energies of small molecules and solids, activation energies for hydrogen transfer and non-hydrogen… 
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