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Use of Green Functions in Atomic and Molecular Calculations. III. Second‐Order Perturbation of the Hydrogen Molecular Ion
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3.L. J. Slater, Confluent Hypergeometric Functions (Cambridge University Press, London, 1960). In the book the symbol U is used to denote the function that we call ψ.
4.See Ref. 3, p. 42.
5.See Ref. 3, p. 18.
6.See Ref. 3, Eqs. (2.1.44) and (2.1.48).
7.See Ref. 3, Eqs. (1.8.3) and (1.8.7).
8.H. Bateman, Higher Transcendental Functions (McGraw‐Hill Book Co., New York, 1953), Vol. 1, Eq. (7.14.68).
9.F. Oberhettinger, J. Math. Phys. 37, 75 (1958).
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