Electron propagator theory: an approach to prediction and interpretation in quantum chemistry

@inproceedings{Ortiz2013ElectronPT,
  title={Electron propagator theory: an approach to prediction and interpretation in quantum chemistry},
  author={J. V. Ortiz},
  year={2013}
}
Electron propagator theory provides a practical means of calculating electron binding energies, Dyson orbitals, and ground-state properties from first principles. This approach to ab initio electronic structure theory also facilitates the interpretation of its quantitative predictions in terms of concepts that closely resemble those of one-electron theories. An explanation of the physical meaning of the electron propagator's poles and residues is followed by a discussion of its couplings to… CONTINUE READING

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