By Sandor Fliszar

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This is another way of solving the question about the boundary separating the core and valence regions. The valence region energy we are looking for, E v, is not simply the sum of the kinetic and potential energies of the electrons in the outer (valence) region, as one would infer from their stationary densities. The valence energy described here accounts for any relaxation that accompanies an actual removal of the appropriate number of 26 CORE AND VALENCE ELECTRONS valence electrons. This energy should be a measure of the energy required to remove them.

1. Neon. K cv vs. N c (au): (13s 8p 2d 1f ) SCF and SDCI results. not be distinguished from another group of electrons if the total exchange between these groups is nonzero and that a vanishing K cv should thus accompany a discrimination between core and valence electrons, as it is clearly illustrated in Figs. 2. Argon. K cv vs. N c (au): 6-311GÃ SCF and SDCI results. 3 From nickel onward, however, no boundary can be detected for N c ¼ 28 e—an observation that is consistent with a relatively significant degree of interpenetration, for third-row atoms, between the 3d, 4s, or 4p electrons and the 3s or 3p electrons, as shown by Politzer and Daiker [71].

The first term on its RHS is Vne specifically, the total nuclear – electronic potential energy of the molecule c [Eq. 5)] stripped of all the individual core nuclear – electronic interactions Vne,k . P cv Next, we decompose k Vk : X cv inter inter Vkcv ¼ Vee þ 2Vee þ Vne (4:24) k cv inter is the repulsion between core and valence electrons. Vee is the core – where Vee inter other core interelectronic repulsion and Vne is the core – other nucleus attraction. 23) that X 1 v inter cv inter Vne þ Vne þ Vee þ 2Vee þ Niv ei E ¼ 3 i !

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