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beyond which the energy cannot go and that this corresponds to an exact solution of the SE for the molecular ground state. Because the electrons are fermions, they must obey the Pauli exclusion principle, which states that no two electrons can have the same four quantum numbers. One of the quantum numbers is spin, which is just an add-on property in nonrelativistic quantum theory. Electron spin can only have one of two values, which we represent diagramatically as up or down arrows. The other three ``quantum numbers'' describe the three-dimensional spatial distribution of the electron, that is, its MO. This means that at most two electrons can have (or occupy) the same MO and they must have di erent spins. A possible many-electron molecular wave function could be constructed as a simple product of all of the MOs taking into account also each electron's spin function. This is called a Hartree product. To correctly re ect the physical properties of the molecular many-electron wave function, namely that it must be antisymmetric with respect to the interchange of any two electrons, and the electrons are indistinguishable from each other, the wave function is taken as an antisymmetrized sum over Hartree products in which the electrons are reshu ed in all possible ways between the MOs and spins. Such a wave function can be expressed as a determinant and is called a single determinantal wave function [equation (A.12)]. If, as mentioned earlier, each MO is expanded as a linear combination of AOs and the expansion coe cients are taken as variable parameters, then these parameters can be adjusted to obtain the set of MOs which, when assembled into determinantal form, yield the lowest possible energy and therefore the best possible molecular wave function (of this form). The mathematical procedure for accomplishing this is called the variational method and yields a set of equations, the Fock equations, that specify the conditions that must be met by the MOs. The full details of the derivation of the Fock equations are given in Appendix A. FOCK EQUATIONS (A.42) The Fock equations are like mini-SEs for a single electron. The solutions are the MO energies and the MOs themselves, expressed as linear combinations of AO-like basis functions, the basis set [equation (A.43)]. The procedure for the solution of the Fock equations and a discussion of the ``AO-like'' basis functions is given in Appendix A. The MO energies are also discrete or quantized, as in the SE. One needs enough MOs to accommodate all of the electrons of the molecule, counting in pairs, since two electrons can occupy the same MO if they have opposite spins. An explicit expression for the total electronic energy in terms of the MO energies is given in equation (A.66). We note here only that the total electronic energy is not simply the sum of MO energies but becomes so if the electron electron repulsive part of the potential energy is neglected. Indeed, the simplest (and rst) MO theory is based on this approximation by Huckel and forms the basis of orbital interaction theory. The most general version of Hartree Fock (HF) theory, in which each electron is permitted to have its own spin and spatial wave function, is called unrestricted HF (UHF). Remarkably, when a UHF calculation is performed on most molecules which have an equal number of alpha and beta electrons, the spatial parts of the alpha and beta electrons are identical in pairs. Thus the picture that two electrons occupy the same MO with opposite spins comes naturally from this theory. A signi cant simpli cation in the solution of the Fock equations ensues if one imposes this natural outcome as a restriction. The form of HF theory where electrons are forced to occupied MOs in pairs is called restricted HF (RHF), and the resulting wave function is of the RHF type. A cal-
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Figure 6.49. Single isomorphous replacement of a protein. The structure factor vectors for a native protein (Fp ), heavy-metal modi ed protein (FPH ) and heavy metal alone (FH ) are shown together with the corresponding relative phase angles ( P and PH ).
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FIGURE 2.37. Grazing incidence Interferometer using a diffraction grating beam splitter.
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The multiexponential expectation model A well-known nonlinear expectation model is the multiexponential model. With this model, the expectations of the observations are (5.192) with 0 = (a1. . .a~ PI . . ., B K ) ~where the amplitudes a > 0 are the linear parameters , k and the decay constants ,& > 0 are the nonlinear parameters of the expectation model. The z = s are the scalar measurement points. , , Nonlinear least squares estimation will be discussed in Section 5.10 and linear least squares estimation in Sections 5.1 1-5.19.
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