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 singleparticle 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 loworder 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 



10941622 [online]
10502947 [print]


Volume/pages 



81:1(2010), p. 01450210145022


ISI 



000274001500164


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