Cleanthes A. Nicolaides Quantum chemistry and its “ages” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 114
The domain and horizon of modern Quantum Chemistry are broader than those of its dominant component, namely, Computational Quantum Chemistry of the ground state. Hamiltonians can create energy- or time-dependent unstable states whose effects are measured inside the continuous spectrum. The understanding and practical solution of the corresponding many-electron problems can be carried out reliably, using state-specific, nonperturbative methodologies that solve the Schrödinger equation efficiently as a function of real or complex energies, or of time.
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