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Title
Pauli potential in terms of kinetic energy density and electron density in the leading Coulombic term of the nonrelativistic 1/Z expansion of spherical atomic ions
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Abstract
The Pauli potential VP in density functional theory is known to be the difference between the functional derivative of the single-particle kinetic energy Ts[n] with respect to the electron density n and its von Weizsäcker counterpart. For the leading Coulombic term in the 1/Z expansion for spherical atomic ions, VP[n] is written in terms of the kinetic energy density plus n(r) and its low-order derivatives. For comparison, the example of an arbitrary number of closed shells with purely harmonic confinement is also treated.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Physical review : A : atomic, molecular and optical physics. - Lancaster, Pa, 1990 - 2015
Publication
Lancaster, Pa : 2010
ISSN
1094-1622 [online]
1050-2947 [print]
Volume/pages
81:1(2010), p. 014502-1-014502-2
ISI
000274001500164
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Creation 19.03.2010
Last edited 18.09.2017
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