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Basics of the Density Functional Theory (Dft) Approach

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Excerpt: To calculate the ground-state electronic energy of an atomic system, one normally starts from the time-independent Schrodinger equation. In addition, the Born-Oppenheimer approximation is frequently used because it neglects the motion of the nuclei and allows calculating the total energy of the electrons in the potential created by the nuclei. Therefore, one could calculate the ground-state (lowest-energy configuration) total electronic energy from...

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