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(e) Find literature references to previous experimental and theoretical work on the compound you chose. Compare the computed properties (geometry, IP, dipole moment, total energy) with experimental and/or other theoretical studies. (f ) Prepare a 10-min discourse based on the points of the above questions (with a brief introduction) for presentation before the class. Include discussion of the technical aspects of the calculation. 2. Write a one-page essay on the properties and use of orbitals in the description of many-electron systems. Your answer should include at least ten distinct points. Use of equations is encouraged, but the equations should be verbally interpreted. Answer. Orbitals are one-electron wave functions, f(1). The fact that electrons are fermions requires that each electron be described by a di erent orbital. The simplest form of a many-electron wave function, g 1Y 2Y F F F Y Ne , is a simple product of orbitals (a Hartree product), f1 1 f2 2 f3 3 fNe Ne . However, the fact that electrons are fermions also imposes the requirement that the many-electron wave function be antisymmetric toward the exchange of any two electrons. All of the physical requirements, including the indistinguishability of electrons, are met by a determinantal wave function, that is, an antisymmetrized sum of Hartree products, p 1Y 2Y 3Y F F F Y Ne jf1 1 f2 2 f3 3 fNe Ne j. If p 1Y 2Y 3Y F F F Y Ne is taken as an approximation of g 1Y 2Y F F F Y Ne , i.e., the Hartree Fock approximation, and the orbitals varied so as to minimize the energy expectation value, pHp dt E p p dt where H is the correct electronic Hamiltonian, one nds that the orbitals must be eigenfunctions of a one-electron operator, the Fock operator F 1 : F 1 fa 1 ea fa 1 where ea is the orbital energy, and F 1 h 1
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The situation of Figure 3.2 can be rectified by designing the source of the magnetic field so that the field lines bend outward as shown in Figure 3.3. Particles above the midplane will experience a force downward; those below will be forced upward. However, along the horizontal plane the vertical component of the magnetic field decreases with increasing radius, since the field lines get farther apart. Thus vertical focusing is achieved at the expense of radial focusing, and so there is a limit to the effectiveness of the focusing that can be achieved in both transverse degrees of freedom simultaneously. Suppose the vertical component of the field along the midplane is given by
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Whenever the rulers are visible, the Units & Rulers panel is only a double-click away. Choose View Show Rulers (Ctrl+R) to see the rulers on screen and then double-click either the horizontal or vertical ruler.
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When risk management is directed to the negative consequences of risks, the consequence scales reflect the losses or undesirable outcomes that might arise. The risk management approach can be used to identify and prioritize opportunities (or positive risks) with little change to the analysis, but the consequence scales must be adjusted. The simplest approach, when opportunities are being considered by themselves (without negative impacts), is to use a consequence scale similar to that for risk analysis, but with only positive outcomes; an example is shown in Table 11.1. As with any scales of this kind, the measures used should reflect the objectives, needs and nature of the organization and the characteristics of the project, as identified during the context phase ( 2). Table 11.2 shows a further example of scales for opportunities and risks. In this example, the words are substantially the same for the positive and negative impacts. This is not necessary in all cases, particularly if the scales are disaggregated with different measures for each criterion of interest (like some of the extended consequence rating tables in 4). It may be possible to use mirror image scales for criteria measures in monetary
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