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Geometrically dependent density-functional concept for limited fluids of uneven ("complex") molecules / Yaakov Rosenfeld --

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A s we will see below (cf. also ref. [7]), the response part of the potential has less pronounced features than the hole potential but is certainly required to obtain accurate K S orbitals and densities. (19) when deriving v . It is convenient to use for the exact kinetic energy (T) = T[p] and for the kinetic energy of the noninteracting electrons T [p] the expressions derived in ref. [10]: xc s T\p] = T T [p] T a = +j w p{r)v (r)dr kin (27) + j p(r)v (r)dr w 9Mn Here Tw is the Weiszacker kinetic energy for a density p, which is just Ν times the kinetic energy of the normalized density amplitude ("density orbital") \/p/N, (28) Tw\p] = N J ^ ( - \ v ^ d f The kinetic potential υ * can be related to the electron correlation by expressing it in terms of the conditional amplitude Φ/^/p or in terms of the derivative of the oneelectron density matrix [10].

J. Baerends, New. J. Chem. 15:815, 1991 [51] A. J. Baerends, Inorg. Chem. 33:584, 1993 [52] F . M . N. M. J. Baerends, J. Phys. Chem. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1996. ch003 Conventional Quantum Chemical Correlation Energy Versus Density-Functional Correlation Energy Ε. K. U . Gross, M . Petersilka, and T. Grabo Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Würzburg, A m Hubland, D-97074 Würzburg, Germany We examine the difference between the correlation energy as defined w i t h i n the conventional quantum chemistry framework and its na mesake i n density-functional theory.

This intriguing step structure of v° M is reminiscent of the step structure found for the response part of scra ΡΜ ΡΜ 1 p e v , cf. ref. ) The origin of the step structure in the screening-response potential is related to special properties of the exchange hole. It has been observed by Luken and coworkers [34, 35] that the shape of the exchange hole is almost independent of the position fi of the ref erence electron as long as this position stays within an atomic shell, or, in molecules, within the region covered by one localized orbital.