For the fully relativistic 4-component many-electron wavefunction six flavors of electron localizability indicators (ELI) have been proposed. Their counterparts, suitable for the application to the 2-component wavefunctions, have been also derived. Six proposed indicators have been tested on Ar and Rn atoms and one of them, the ELI-D for spatially antisymmetrized electron pairs, has been found to reveal atomic shell structures at quantitative level. Shell structures of all the atoms of periods 4–7 of the periodic table have been obtained using this indicator and compared with these obtained from the nonrelativistic limit calculations as well as from scalar-relativistic (zero-order regular approximation) calculations. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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