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Density functional theory dft is one of the most frequently used computational tools for studying and. Although the theoretical underpinnings of dft are quite complicated, this book demonstrates that. Properties and predictions ebook written by feliciano giustino. Oct 17, 2010 a very recent book that presents dft from a practical approach for the beginner is. Rg parr, and w yang, densityfunctional theory of atoms and molecules oxford university press, 1989. Department of energy, national energy technology laboratory in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. Density functional theory study of h and co adsorption on alkalipromoted mo2c surfaces journal of physical chemistry c. A modern and practical introduction to density functional theory can be found in sholl and steckel sholl2009densitfuncttheor.

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