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Some Analytically Soluble Problems

Quantum chemists are generally concerned with solving the time-independent Schrödinger equation (25). This equation can be solved analytically only in a few special cases. In this section we review the results of some of these analytically soluble problems.


David Sherrill 2006-08-15