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By Werner Kutzelnigg (auth.), Jacek Rychlewski (eds.)

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The latter involve an upper right and a lower left label. In the contractions the original pairing of upper and lower labels must be kept as much as possible. 149) are generalizations of Wick's theorem [47], that was originally formulated for general products of creation and annihilation operators (a p and aq ) rather than for products of excitation operators. Note that in our formulation of the generalized Wick's theorem there is no sign rule to be observed (unlike in the traditional Wick theorem).

E{3a Tl, T2 ea(T) + e{3(T) r a(r,r') + r{3(r,r') (2){3 C" . ) + e{3a (2) C" .. 60) While the results for Ms = 1 and Ms = -1 are consistent with the interpretation that there is Fermi correlation only between electrons with the same spin, the result Ms = 0 indicates that there is now even Fermi correlation between electrons with different spin. What matters are, of course, not the individual spins of the electrons, but the total spin to which they are coupled. 63) The situation is particularly simple for a two-electron system, for which the spinfree two-particle density matrix is either antisymmetric (for a triplet) or symmetric (for a singlet).

G. 110) are useful. 067 The correlation coefficients (which describe here, of course, Coulomb correlation) are slightly negative, but far from the value -1 for perfect negative correlation. In a Z-l expansion the leading terms are linear in Z-l. e. the order of magnitude is similar to He. For the H2 molecule the T a , T e , and T have been plotted as functions of the internuclear distance [3]. e. 054. While Te varies extremely little with distance and appears to reach 0 for R --+ 00, both Ta and T get in this 26 EXPLICITLY CORRELATED WAVE FUNCTIONS limit the value -1 characteristic for perfect negative correlation.

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