Relationships between charge density response functions, exchange holes and localized orbitals

  title={Relationships between charge density response functions, exchange holes and localized orbitals},
  author={Bastien Mussard and J'anos G. 'Angy'an},
  journal={Computational and Theoretical Chemistry},
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