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Expansive Promotion . . . . E. Orbital Analysis of the Antibinding Energy . , . VII. Dependence upon the Internuclear Distance A. Orbital Partitioning . , . . B. Competition between Promotion and Interference . C. Differences between the United Atom and the Molecule . VIII. Conclusions . . Appendix A . . . . Appendix B . . References . . . . . . * . . . . . 7 79 80 80 84 90 94 94 97 98 I. Introduction Current progress towards better quantum chemical calculations is leading to increasingly complex wave functions, making it more and more difficult to relate them to qualitative ideas about chemical binding.
Advances in quantum chemistry. / Volume 5 by Per-Olov Löwdin