Intra-Atomic Electric Field Radial Potentials in Step-Like Presentation

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Within the frames of semiclassical approach, intra-atomic electric field potentials are parameterized in form of radial step-like functions. Corresponding parameters for 80 chemical elements are tabulated by fitting of the semiclassical energy levels of atomic electrons to their first principle values. In substance binding energy and electronic structure calculations, superposition of the semiclassically parameterized constituent-atomic potentials can serve as a good initial approximation of its inner potential: the estimated errors of the determined structural and energy parameters make up a few percent.

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L. Chkhartishvili and T. Berberashvili, "Intra-Atomic Electric Field Radial Potentials in Step-Like Presentation," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2010, pp. 205-243. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2010.24029.

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