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This e-book includes the papers provided at a convention organised in honour of H.B.G. Casimir's eightieth birthday. notable scientists from diversified fields of study have been invited to debate vital contemporary advancements and placed them in a broader perspective.The ensuing ebook is dedicated to the next relationships among basic actual learn and technological developments:- - the prognoses of technologically appropriate phenomena at the foundation of actual learn; - the dependence of technological advancements on actual examine; - the spin-off of physical Read more...
summary: This ebook comprises the papers provided at a convention organised in honour of H.B.G. Casimir's eightieth birthday. amazing scientists from diverse fields of study have been invited to debate very important contemporary advancements and placed them in a broader perspective.The ensuing booklet is dedicated to the subsequent relationships among basic actual study and technological developments:- - the prognoses of technologically suitable phenomena at the foundation of actual study; - the dependence of technological advancements on actual examine; - the spin-off of actual
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It is found t h a t the bonds between the atoms in a molecule can be described more accurately or more easily with this theory than with existing methods most commonly used by chemists, namely the Hartree-Fock theory. A well-known example is the bond in the molybdenum dimer, M o . T h e Hartree-Fock theory verified the measured bond 2 lengths, but only after very extensive computer calculations . Density functional theory required far less calculation for the same result . 5 P r e d i c t i o n of t h e light e m i s s i o n of m a t e r i a l s When considering the application of materials in LEDs, lasers and television tubes, the elec tronic structure is extremely important.
T h e only input is the atomic number of silicon from the Periodic Table: 14. 2 Semiconductor surfaces A good understanding of semiconductor surfaces and interfaces between semiconductors is very important for the continuing development of IC technology. Ab initio calculations based on the density functional theory can contribute substantially here. We shall discuss one spectacular example: the (111) surface of silicon. T h e atoms at the surface of a semiconductor and those just beneath it are not generally in the positions t h a t might be expected from the periodic arrangement of the a t o m s in the semiconductor.