Energy of the most loosely bound electron for ions of copper, silver, and gold.
Harris, Leonard H.
Neighbors, John R.
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This paper presents a new numerical method for solving Schroedinger 's equation in radial form in order to get a set of wave functions for use as starting values in the solution of the Fock equation. As a necessary adjunct to the solution, an improved numerical method is given for calculating potentials for use in the Schroedinger equation. Finally, a method is outlined for solving the Fock equation numerically, using the wave functions obtained above as starting values.
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