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Muonic Modeling

I have seen an article[1] that describes a HF approach to working with exotic muonic atoms. I am curious about how far DFT has been extended for modeling muonic chemistry. Are there psuedopotentials ...
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What are the types of SCF?

Many of us know the most common types of SCF (though we can do better than Wikipedia at explaining them): RHF (Restricted Hartree-Fock), RKS (Restricted Kohn-Sham) [link to answer] UHF (Unrestricted ...
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Analog computing in matter modeling today: Any applications?

When we think about computers and computing today, almost invariably we think about digital computers, the ever-present objects today. But reading this question in the Chemistry stackexchange, How are ...
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How to calculate the Fock matrix in the molecular orbital basis PySCF?

I am interested in calculating the Fock matrix in the molecular orbital basis with PySCF, though I am not clear on the methodology behind this task. In my attempt, I use the following script (for the ...
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What do the rows and columns of a Fock matrix represent?

I am using the pyscf code, where the Fock matrix can be obtained by: ...
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Hartree-Fock density vs Kohn-Sham density

Hartree-Fock density is free of self-interaction but lacks electron correlation effects, while the density from KS-DFT (using an xc functional or potential, both which are explicitly density-dependent ...
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One-center two-electron integrals between 1s STO

As per @user1271772 's suggestion I am asking this question here again. I am trying to understand SCF cycle by trying to code up solved example from Quantum Chemistry by Levine (page 443, 5th edition)...
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What is the mathematical condition that ensure that the self-consistent field (SCF) procedure must converge?

We know that there is convergence issue of DFT method on study real molecular system. It would be conducive if people could pre-determine if the SCF procedure is converge analytically before starting ...
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How does the Hartree-Fock method improve on Hartree after considering the wavefunction that takes the anti-symmetry property into account?

I am not able to understand the math of this. After taking the Slater determinant as a wavefunction in Hartree-Fock, does the procedure to find wavefunctions remain the same as in the Hartree method ...