Ionization potentials and electron affinity of oganesson with relativistic coupled cluster method

  title={Ionization potentials and electron affinity of oganesson with relativistic coupled cluster method},
  author={Yangyang Guo and Luk{\'a}{\vs} F. Pa{\vs}teka and Ephraim Eliav and Anastasia Borschevsky},
  journal={New Electron Correlation Methods and their Applications, and Use of Atomic Orbitals with Exponential Asymptotes},

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