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Heitler

Walter . 1904--81, German physicist, noted for his work on chemical bonds
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8-12] coincides with the transition matrix element in the Heitler theory, (45) where the intermediate state corresponds to the emission of a photon at the final state at first and the electron having momentum p - ([?
El primer calculo computacional en quimica cuantica es generalmente atribuido a los fisicos Heitler y London, quienes en 1927, intentaron resolver la molecula mas simple de [H2.
23) Trabajando de cerca con Schrodinger, Fritz London y Walter Heitler encontraron una forma para usar la ecuacion de onda que permitiera el desarrollo de un modelo matematico de un enlace quimico simple.
Heitler said this is because in American and European cultures, special emphasis is placed on weight, whereas, "In Africa, weight is a sign of fertility and voluptuousness.
Another, George Heitler, helped design the Medicare program in the 1960s when he was senior counsel for Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
I wholeheartedly agree with Justice Heitler that the brazen act of a Brooklyn resident registering an automobile from a shopping mall in Connecticut for the sole purpose of obtaining a cheaper insurance premium is outright fraud, but write separately to express my concern that the practice of New Yorkers fraudulently registering motor vehicles in foreign states seems to be burgeoning, likely costing our State government, insurance companies and honest consumers significant sums in lost revenue and increased premiums and casting a pall over the integrity of automobile registry systems in New York and other states.
Synge the playwright, served along with Schroedinger, Heitler, Lanczos and others is the DIAS, being a Senior Professor there from 1948 to 1972.
Click the wrong answer, and Heitler appears on-screen to gently correct you--and pitch her book, Power of Two: Secrets to a Strong & Loving Marriage.
Heitler suggests that the father should become more involved and resolve conflicts.
Hence, it makes no sense to say, for example, that "the theory of valency by Heitler and London has reduced the concept of valency to quantum mechanics.
With the title Alexander's Ragtime Band and a tempo marking of moderato, you can count on match-like characteristics and syncopations to permeate this charming arrangement by Don Heitler and Jim Lyke.