Elements of Abstract Harmonic Analysis by George Bachman

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THEORETICAL BACKGROUND In any exact science, experiment and theory play an equally important, but complementary, role. This dynamic interaction is illustrated in Figure 1. From this point of view it is necessary to briefly elaborate on some of the important aspects of theoretical chemistry and its application to the Group VI elements, in particular to Se and Te, as well as to their chemistry. In considering the theoretical background necessary for such applications, we shall focus our attention on two factors, namely the atomic orbitals (basis sets) used in the theory and the theoretical method or level of sophistication adopted for the computations.

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