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The Role of Quantum Dynamics in Covalent Bonding – A Comparison of the Thomas-Fermi and Hückel Models

By Sture Nordholm and George B. Bacskay

Submitted: May 25th 2011Reviewed: December 8th 2011Published: February 15th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/36698

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