Advances in Quantum Chemistry publishes articles and invited stories by means of top foreign researchers in quantum chemistry. Quantum chemistry offers relatively with the digital constitution of atoms, molecules, and crystalline topic and describes it when it comes to electron wave styles. It makes use of actual and chemical perception, subtle arithmetic and high-speed desktops to resolve the wave equations and accomplish its effects. Advances highlights those very important, interdisciplinary advancements.
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20 P. L. Grande and G. Schiwietz states) and as a consequence the results at intermediate to high energies are significantly improved. However, a breakdown of this model is observed for energies below 70 keV. This is attributed to the incomplete treatment of the two-center effects and to the neglect of higher order residual projectile– target interactions in the CDW-EIS model. Furthermore, at low energies it is not able to describe the Fermi–Teller effect responsible for the slow decrease of the stopping power as a function of the projectile energy.
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1 in terms of the main parameters, Z1 and v: The ranges of applicability of the Bohr and Bethe theories pertain mostly to high energies, since a common assumption in these formulations is the condition of bare ions (point charges). The original ideas of Bohr where further explored by many people and were the point of reference for numerous advances in the area. Further developments were based on statistical approaches considering slow ions [5,6], while others made use of effective-charge models [7,8] for swift ions.
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