The Embedding Method for Electronic Structure
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ISBN-13:
9780750310420
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
300
Autor:
John Inglesfield
Serie:
IOP Expanding Physics
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The embedding method was originally developed for calculating the electronic structure of surfaces and interfaces, but its flexibility has provided a powerful computational tool in many other areas of condensed matter physics and nanoscience. It has also been extended to solving electromagnetic problems, with applications in photonics and plasmonics. In this book, John Inglesfield, who originated the method and has been a pioneer in its usage, brings together the different aspects of embedding and its applications in an authoritative text. This serves both as an accessible starting point for graduate students in physics and chemistry wishing to understand and use the method, and as an authoritative reference source for those already familiar with the method. A feature of the book is that the author draws connections between the embedding method and other concepts and techniques in theoretical physics such as open systems, self-energy, and the R-matrix method. By bringing together its different aspects, this text consolidates the embedding method, and will serve as a catalyst for its further development as an important tool in computational and theoretical physics.
The embedding method was originally developed for calculating the electronic structure of surfaces and interfaces, but its flexibility has provided a powerful tool in many other areas of physics. This authoritative text serves both as an accessible starting point for graduate students and researchers, and as an authoritative reference source for those familiar with the technique.
The embedding method was originally developed for calculating the electronic structure of surfaces and interfaces, but its flexibility has provided a powerful tool in many other areas of physics. Here, John Inglesfield, who originated the method and has been a pioneer in its usage, brings together the different aspects of embedding and its applications. This authoritative text serves both as an accessible starting point for graduate students and researchers, and as an authoritative reference source for those familiar with the technique.

1. Derivation of the basic embedding method
2. Applications to the electronic structure of surfaces and interfaces
3. Application to confined electron systems
4. Embedding in electromagnetism
5. Relation of the embedding potential to self-energies
6. Embedding and the R-matrix method
7. Time-dependent embedding
8 Embedding correlated systems – the way forward

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