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- In computational [[molecular physics]] and [[solid state physics]] the '''Born-Oppenheimer approximation''' is used to separate the quantum mechanical motion of the [[electron]]s f ...l is some averaged electron-nuclear attraction. This interpretation of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation is misleading.20 KB (3,194 words) - 03:34, 8 November 2013
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- Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Born-Oppenheimer approximation]]. Needs checking by a human.646 bytes (80 words) - 11:28, 11 January 2010
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- A transformation applied to nuclear motion equations arising from the Born-Oppenheimer approximation when this approximation fails due to near-degeneracy of adiabatic states.210 bytes (25 words) - 08:16, 6 May 2010
- Resources related to the Born-Oppenheimer approximation:343 bytes (48 words) - 03:34, 8 November 2013
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- ...rticle was the first that considered dynamic effects that go beyond the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation|Born-Oppenheimer (BO) approximation]] (which neglects altogether the effect4 KB (510 words) - 06:55, 11 May 2009
- {{r|Born-Oppenheimer approximation}}1 KB (173 words) - 16:15, 11 January 2010
- {{r|Born-Oppenheimer approximation}}1 KB (163 words) - 16:20, 10 June 2011
- {{r|Born-Oppenheimer approximation}}1 KB (157 words) - 19:35, 11 January 2010
- ...'diabatic'' was coined in the 1960s. Around that time shortcomings of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation (also known as the [[adiabatic]] approximation) became apparent and improve ==Break-down of Born-Oppenheimer approximation==13 KB (1,922 words) - 07:19, 7 May 2010
- {{r|Born-Oppenheimer approximation}}2 KB (229 words) - 06:46, 17 August 2009
- In computational [[molecular physics]] and [[solid state physics]] the '''Born-Oppenheimer approximation''' is used to separate the quantum mechanical motion of the [[electron]]s f ...l is some averaged electron-nuclear attraction. This interpretation of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation is misleading.20 KB (3,194 words) - 03:34, 8 November 2013
- ...oximation the nuclear from the electronic wave function (the so-called [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]]). In this approximation the position of the nucleus is a discrete point, ...calar]] [[potential]]s called [[potential energy surface]]s. This is the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] introduced by [[Max Born|Born]] and [[Robert Oppenheimer|Oppenheimer]] in9 KB (1,219 words) - 14:19, 19 October 2010
- {{r|Born-Oppenheimer approximation}}2 KB (293 words) - 13:30, 4 September 2011
- ...depart from the separation of the Coulomb Hamiltonian, first devised by [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation |Born and Oppenheimer]], into an electronic and a nuclear part. The nuclear ...neighboring potential energy surfaces are needed, see the article on the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] for more details.31 KB (4,757 words) - 02:20, 27 October 2013
- ...the nuclei and the electron is coupled (hence the name "vibronic"). In the Born-Oppenheimer approximation it is assumed that the motions are completely uncoupled and the transition15 KB (2,390 words) - 10:11, 5 February 2010
- ...The rovibrational Schrödinger equation arises in the second step of the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] (BO approximation).20 KB (3,213 words) - 02:14, 23 February 2010
- # A geometry of the molecule is chosen (in accordance with the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] the nuclei are clamped in space).14 KB (2,257 words) - 19:39, 14 November 2020
- ...onic transitions, which was one of the first papers that went beyond the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]].<ref>G Herzberg and E. Teller ''Schwingungsstruktur der Electronenüberga28 KB (4,412 words) - 03:42, 29 November 2010
- ...ub>. The clamped nuclei Hamiltonian that arises in the first step of the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] is21 KB (3,426 words) - 23:58, 27 October 2013
- ...ed. This also means that the kinetic energy of the nuclei is absent, see [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation]] for more details. Thus, three types of integrals appear: kinetic energy,20 KB (3,082 words) - 17:39, 9 December 2008
- ...consists only of kinetic energies and Coulomb interactions. Invoking the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation|Born-Oppenheimer (BO) approximation]], one considers the electronic (clampe Within the [[Born-Oppenheimer approximation|clamped nuclei approximation]], the clamped nucleus α on ''A'' has po56 KB (8,717 words) - 03:18, 1 November 2013