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Chemist Tames Long-standing Electron Computation Problem


December 10, 2008

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For 50 years, theoretical chemists have puzzled over the problem of predicting many-electron chemistry with only two electrons, which many thought intractable and perhaps impossible to solve. David Mazziotti will present a new approach to tuning his solution to the problem for exceptional computational accuracy and efficiency in the December 12 issue of Physical Review Letters. Full Story

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