Correlations in Clusters and Related Systems: New Perspectives on the Many-Body Problem

International Centre for the Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy 26-29 July 1994 by J. P. Connerade

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc

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  • Atomic & molecular physics,
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  • Science,
  • Atomic Physics,
  • Exciton Theory,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Cluster set theory,
  • Congresses,
  • Physics,
  • Many-body problem
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Abstract. A cluster is a group of atoms held together by forces which do not saturate, by which one means that one can always add one more atom to a cluster without altering its basic properties. This feature is called stackability [ 1 ].

The implication of stackability is that valence is not truly relevant for clusters and this is one Author: Jean-Patrick Connerade.

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