By C. K. Jorgensen
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The one-electron operators (determining, for example, orbital energies according to eqn. (5) as diagonal elements) take over all the results of the discussion above, substituting ψ for Ψ in all expressions. The only two-electron operator of consequence for our treatment is the electrostatic interaction between two electrons, D 38 THE ENERGY LEVELS OF A C O N F I G U R A T I O N 2 r being a potential of the form g = e / i 2 . The non-diagonal elements of this operator affect at most four orbitals and are expressed (abgcd) = (ac:bd) = J ί Φ ^ φ ^ τ ^ φ ^ φ α ^ ά τ ^ (27) The first notation was used by Condon and Shortley for conforming to the traditional order of wave functions before and after the operator g.
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Hence, the deviations between semi-empirical and HFSC-calculated values of the interelectronic repulsion parameters (eqn. 38) might be partly explained by a deviation of the partly filled shell (defined, for example, from the density of uncompensated electron spin) in the actual ion from the HFSC-radial function. Actually, the radial and angular correlation effects invalidate to some extent the whole concept of electron configurations, since a 44 THE ENERGY LEVELS OF A CONFIGURATION given configuration inevitably has some non-vanishing non-diagonal elements of the two-electron operator g with other configurations, and therefore, the actual wave functions must be intermixings of many configurations.
Absorption Spectra and Chemical Bonding in Complexes by C. K. Jorgensen