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Volume 1, Number ??, 1967
Volume 1, Number 1, January, 1967
Volume 1, Number 2, March, 1967
Volume 1, Number 3, May, 1967
Volume 1, Number 4, July, 1967
Volume 1, Number 5, September, 1967
Volume 1, Number S1, January 16--21, 1967
Volume 2, Number 1, January, 1968
Volume 2, Number 2, March, 1968
Volume 2, Number 3, May, 1968
Volume 2, Number 4, July, 1968
Volume 2, Number 5, September, 1968
Volume 2, Number 6, November, 1968
Volume 2, Number S2, January 15--20, 1968
Volume 3, Number 1, January, 1969
Volume 3, Number 2, March, 1969
Volume 3, Number 3, May, 1969
Volume 3, Number 4, July, 1969
Volume 3, Number 5, September, 1969
Volume 3, Number 6, November, 1969
Volume 3, Number S3a, January 13--18, 1969
Volume 4, Number S3b, January 13--18, 1969
Volume 7, Number 5, September, 1973
Volume 35, Number 3, July, 1963


International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number ??, 1967

                 P. Lindner and   
                      S. Lunell   On the Choice of Spin Functions in the
                                  AMO Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 841

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number 1, January, 1967

           Per-Olov Löwdin   Program  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1--6
        Per-Olov O. Löwdin   Nature of Quantum Chemistry  . . . . . . 7--12
                     W. Heitler   Quantum chemistry: The early period  . . 13--36
                 John C. Slater   The Current State of Solid-State and
                                  Molecular Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . 37--102
             Robert S. Mulliken   The assignment of quantum numbers for
                                  electrons in molecules. Extracts from
                                  Phys. Rev. 32, 186--222 (1928), plus
                                  currently written annotations  . . . . . 103--117
                     B. Pullman   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119--119
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number 2, March, 1967

    Hél\`ene Berthod and   
    Claude Giessner-Prettre and   
                Alberte Pullman   Theoretical study of the electronic
                                  properties of biological purines and
                                  pyrimidines. II. The effect of
                                  configuration mixing . . . . . . . . . . 123--137
        R. Gáspár   Many-electron problems. I. Energy
                                  relations in the theory of neutral atoms 139--145
                  Stig Flodmark   A data programme for population analysis
                                  of crystal-band structures . . . . . . . 147--159
                A. Dalgarno and   
             I. H. Morrison and   
                 R. M. Pengelly   Long-range interactions between atoms
                                  and molecules  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161--167
                      W. Ko\los   Long-range interaction between $1s$ and
                                  $2s$ or $2p$ hydrogen atoms  . . . . . . 169--186
                    Sadhan Basu   A Tomonaga gas model for aromatic
                                  hydrocarbons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187--190
Chr. Klixbüll Jòrgensen and   
            Sally M. Horner and   
        William E. Hatfield and   
               S. Y. Tyree, Jr.   Influence of Madelung (interatomic
                                  Coulomb) energy on Wolfsberg--Helmholz
                                  calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191--215
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number 3, May, 1967

              Harald H. Nielsen   Anomalies in the intensity distributions
                                  of rotation-vibration lines in the
                                  spectra of polyatomic molecules  . . . . 217--223
     H. D. Försterling and   
                   W. Huber and   
                        H. Kuhn   Projected electron density method of
                                  $\pi$-electron systems. I. Electron
                                  distribution in the ground state . . . . 225--241
              C. Alden Mead and   
               Albert Moscowitz   Dipole length versus dipole velocity in
                                  the calculation of infrared intensities
                                  with Born--Oppenheimer wave functions    243--249
                R. C. Sahni and   
                  B. C. Sawhney   Quantum-mechanical treatment of
                                  molecules. I. Calculations of the
                                  potential energy curves and molecular
                                  constants of the ground and ionized
                                  states of N$_2$  . . . . . . . . . . . . 251--270
                  S. M. Blinder   Energy eigenvalue spectroscopy . . . . . 271--283
                  S. M. Blinder   Spectral analysis of the Green's
                                  function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285--291
                Giuseppe Del Re   On the choice and definition of
                                  atomic-orbital bases. I. General
                                  considerations; promotion and
                                  hybridization; electric dipole moments   293--310
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number 4, July, 1967

        Adolfas Pranaitis Jucys   On the extended method of calculation of
                                  atomic structures  . . . . . . . . . . . 311--319
             Y. Y. Dmitriev and   
                   M. S. Yuriev   Variational principle for the intensity
                                  of forbidden transitions . . . . . . . . 321--325
                  G. Bessis and   
                   C. Murez and   
                    S. Brato\vz   Méthode des biorbitales: application
                                  préliminaire au calcul de l'énergie de
                                  l'état fondamental de l'atome de
                                  beryllium. (French) [Biorbital method:
                                  preliminary application to the
                                  calculation of the ground-state energy
                                  of the beryllium atom] . . . . . . . . . 327--335
              C. A. Coulson and   
                      A. Joseph   A constant of the motion for the
                                  two-centre Kepler problem  . . . . . . . 337--347
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. I. Das
                                  Cyclopentadienylanion (C$_5$H). (German)
                                  [Wave-mechanical ab initio calculation
                                  for molecules and atomic systems with
                                  the SCF MO LC (LCGO) method. I.
                                  Cyclopentadienylanion (C$_5$H)]  . . . . 349--355
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. II. Das Benzol
                                  (C$_6$H$_6$). (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. II. Benzene (C$_6$H$_6$)]  . . . 357--359
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. III. Das Cyclopropan
                                  (C$_3$H$_6$). (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. III. Cyclopropane (C$_3$H$_6$)]  361--364
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. IV. Das Äthylen
                                  (C$_2$H$_4$). (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. IV. Ethylene (C$_2$H$_4$)] . . . 365--368
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. V.
                                  Bindungsbeteiligung der Inneren
                                  Elektronen des C-Atoms. (German)
                                  [Wave-mechanical ab initio calculation
                                  for molecules and atomic systems with
                                  the SCF MO LC (LCGO) method. V. Binding
                                  of inner electrons of the C atom]  . . . 369--372
               R. Janoschek and   
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. VI. Das Methan
                                  (CH$_4$). (German) [Wave-mechanical ab
                                  initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. VI. Methane (CH$_4$)]  . . . . . 373--378
          Oskar E. Polansky and   
             Gerhard Derflinger   Zur Clar'schen Theorie Lokaler Benzoider
                                  Gebiete in Kondensierten Aromaten.
                                  (German) [On the Clar localization
                                  theory in condensed aromatic benzenoids] 379--401
            Roland Lefebvre and   
                Yves G. Smeyers   Extended Hartree--Fock Calculations For
                                  the Helium Ground State  . . . . . . . . 403--419
               M. M. Mestechkin   Two-particle density functions for a
                                  spin-projected single Slater determinant 421--425
    Jean-Marie André and   
           Louis Gouverneur and   
              Et. Georges Leroy   L'Étude théorique des syst\`emes
                                  périodiques. I. La méthode LCAO HCO.
                                  (French) [Theoretical study of periodic
                                  systems. I. The LCAO HCO method] . . . . 427--450
    Jean-Marie André and   
           Louis Gouverneur and   
              Et. Georges Leroy   L'Étude théorique des syst\`emes
                                  périodiques. II. La méthode LCAO SCF CO.
                                  (French) [Theoretical study of periodic
                                  systems. II. The LCAO SCF CO method] . . 451--461
             W. Byers Brown and   
                 G. V. Nazaroff   The perturbation theory of the extended
                                  Hartree--Fock approximation for
                                  two-electron atoms . . . . . . . . . . . 463--491
                      H. Primas   A density functional representation of
                                  quantum chemistry. I. Motivation and
                                  general formalism  . . . . . . . . . . . 493--519
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number 5, September, 1967

                Charles E. Reid   Transformation of perturbation series
                                  into continued fractions, with
                                  application to an anharmonic oscillator  521--534
                      A. Joseph   The theory of local degeneracy . . . . . 535--559
               V. A. Kuprievich   SCF CI and SCF open-shell studies of the
                                  base components of the nucleic acids . . 561--575
            Herbert A. Pohl and   
                     L. M. Raff   Simplified SCF calculations for
                                  $\sigma$-bonded systems. II. The
                                  interhalogens  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 577--589
         Purnendra Nath Sen and   
                    Sadhan Basu   Free-electron model for the inelastic
                                  collision of fast electrons with benzene 591--594
                    L. L. Boyle   The polarization phenomena of spherical
                                  molecules  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 595--604
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Eine Rechenzeitsparende Programmierung
                                  des Wellenmechanischen
                                  Self-Consistent-Field Verfahrens für
                                  Moleküle (SCF MO LCGO--Verfahren).
                                  (German) [A computational time-saving
                                  programming of the wave-mechanical
                                  self-consistent field method for
                                  molecules (SCF MO LCGO method)]  . . . . 605--613
                      A. Joseph   On the determination of the exact number
                                  of bound states of a given potential. I.
                                  General method . . . . . . . . . . . . . 615--629
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. VII. Das System
                                  (LiH$_2$)$^-$. (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. VII. The (LiH$_2$)$^-$ system]   631--635
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. VIII. Das System
                                  (Li$_2$H)$^+$. (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. VIII. The (Li$_2$H)$^+$ system]  637--640
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. IX. Das System
                                  (Li$_2$H)$^-$. (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. IX The (Li$_2$H)$^-$ system] . . 641--644
          G. Von Bünau and   
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. X. Das Methylkation
                                  (CH$_3$)$^+$. (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  ab initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. X. The methyl cation
                                  (CH$_3$)$^+$]  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 645--647
               R. Janoschek and   
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnungen an
                                  Molekülen und Atomsystemen mit der SCF MO
                                  LC (LCGO) Methode. XI. Das Hydroxylanion
                                  (OH)$^-$. (German) [Wave-mechanical ab
                                  initio calculation for molecules and
                                  atomic systems with the SCF MO LC (LCGO)
                                  method. XI. The hydroxyl anion (OH)$^-$] 649--652
Jí\vrí \vCí\vzek and   
        Alain Pellégatti   Calcul de l'énergie de corrélation pour
                                  l'état fondamental de la molécule
                                  d'acétyl\`ene. (French) [Calculation of
                                  the correlation energy for the ground
                                  state of the acetylene molecule] . . . . 653--655
          Claudette Barbier and   
                Gaston Berthier   Symmetry components analysis of nuclear
                                  spin-spin coupling constants . . . . . . 657--673
               M. M. Mestechkin   The density matrix in the two-particle
                                  function method  . . . . . . . . . . . . 675--692
                      Y. I'Haya   Magneto-optical rotation in molecules.
                                  IV. The Verdet constant for the nitrogen
                                  molecule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 693--698
             Pill-Soon Song and   
                Thomas A. Moore   Molecular-orbital studies of the
                                  mechanism of xanthine oxidase-catalyzed
                                  oxidation of purines, especially
                                  2-chloropurine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 699--719
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 1, Number S1, January 16--21, 1967

                   J. C. Slater   Quantum Physics in America Between the
                                  Wars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1--23
                  Hugh P. Kelly   Many-body perturbation theory for atoms  25--35
        Adolfas Pranaitis Jucys   Some aspects of the development of the
                                  methods of calculation of atomic
                                  structures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37--43
                   David Layzer   $Z$-expansion calculations of energy
                                  levels and transition probabilities in
                                  many-electron atoms  . . . . . . . . . . 45--59
            Ronald J. White and   
                 W. Byers Brown   On the analytic solution of the
                                  first-order perturbed wave function of
                                  the two-electron atom  . . . . . . . . . 61--66
              R. M. Sternheimer   Quadrupole antishielding factors for
                                  ions and atomic states . . . . . . . . . 67--80
         K. Douglas Carlson and   
              Donald R. Whitman   Equivalence restrictions and the
                                  Brillouin condition for Hartree--Fock
                                  wave functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81--87
                   M. Synek and   
               L. Corsiglia and   
                   R. Repka and   
                    P. Grossgut   Some applications of atomic analytical
                                  wave functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89--94
              Gulzari Malli and   
               Charlotte Froese   Nuclear magnetic shielding constants
                                  calculated from numerical Hartree--Fock
                                  wave functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95--98
              Gulzari Malli and   
               Charlotte Froese   Diamagnetic susceptibilities calculated
                                  from numerical Hartree--Fock wave
                                  functions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99--101
              Gulzari Malli and   
               Charlotte Froese   Electric field gradients and quadrupole
                                  coupling constants calculated from
                                  numerical Hartree--Fock wave functions   103--109
              Gulzari Malli and   
               Charlotte Froese   Fermi contact interaction constants
                                  calculated from numerical Hartree--Fock
                                  wave functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111--114
                  Gulzari Malli   Magnetic hyperfine structure constants
                                  calculated from numerical Hartree--Fock
                                  wave functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115--122
             Arnold C. Wahl and   
        Peter J. Bertoncini and   
                     G. Das and   
                  T. L. Gilbert   Recent progress beyond the Hartree--Fock
                                  method for diatomic molecules: The
                                  method of optimized valence
                                  configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123--152
                F. Grimaldi and   
                 A. Lecourt and   
                       C. Moser   The calculation of the electric dipole
                                  moment of CO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153--161
              John H. Weare and   
                 Robert G. Parr   Remark on the analytical form of $1s$
                                  orbitals in atoms and molecules  . . . . 163--165
                     K. Kay and   
                   A. G. Turner   Some one-center calculations for He$_2$
                                  at small internuclear distances  . . . . 167--169
                Robert Rein and   
                 Sa\vsa Svetina   The two proton vibrational states in
                                  nucleic acid hydrogen bonds  . . . . . . 171--174
       Louis Chopin Cusachs and   
              Richard H. Steele   Singlet oxygen molecules and
                                  carcinogenic aromatic hydrocarbons . . . 175--178
          Richard H. Steele and   
       Louis Chopin Cusachs and   
                  S. P. Mcglynn   Carcinogenic activity and the spectra of
                                  aromatic hydrocarbons  . . . . . . . . . 179--186
                Reino W. Hakala   Simple ways to calculate the empirical
                                  resonance energies of benzenoid
                                  hydrocarbons, their derivatives, and
                                  graphite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187--196
            Reino W. Hakala and   
               Alfred E. Fields   Electrostatic contribution to the
                                  internal rotational barrier in ethane    197--198
                 Tae-Kyu Ha and   
                Leland C. Allen   The influence of chemical substitution
                                  on inner shells  . . . . . . . . . . . . 199--203
               R. Janoschek and   
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische strukturuntersuchungen
                                  am lithiumcyclopentadienyl
                                  (LiC$_5$H$_5$). (German)
                                  [Wave-mechanical structure investigation
                                  of lithiumcyclopentadienyl
                                  (LiC$_5$H$_5$)]  . . . . . . . . . . . . 205--208
               R. Janoschek and   
                  H. Preuss and   
                   G. Diercksen   Wellenmechanische strukturuntersuchung
                                  am benzol (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  structure investigation of benzol] . . . 209--216
              Karl Heinz Hansen   Spin valence theory is a directional
                                  theory of valence  . . . . . . . . . . . 217--223
       D. W. J. Cruickshank and   
              B. C. Webster and   
                 M. A. Spinnler   The $d$ orbitals of second-row elements  225--231
        I. Fischer-Hjalmars and   
                   B. Grabe and   
                    B. Roos and   
              P. N. Skancke and   
                     M. Sundbom   Semiempirical studies of metal complexes
                                  of biological importance . . . . . . . . 233--246
               S. C. Mathur and   
                 E. G. Mckannan   The omega technique LCAO--MO
                                  calculations for the hydrogen
                                  phthalocyanine molecules . . . . . . . . 247--250
                 A. Pullman and   
                   E. Kochanski   On the possibilities of semiempirical
                                  calculations of zero-field splitting
                                  parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251--259
           Joyce J. Kaufman and   
          Jerome J. Harkins and   
                Walter S. Koski   Theoretical treatment of hydrogen
                                  abstraction by hot tritium atoms . . . . 261--276
                Reino W. Hakala   The use of normalized binomial
                                  coefficients as weights to accelerate
                                  convergence of oscillatory first-order
                                  iterations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277--284
             O. E. Polansky and   
                    P. Schuster   Estimation of relative free enthalpies
                                  of activation by HMO methods . . . . . . 285--292
                J. A. Pople and   
            D. L. Beveridge and   
                  N. S. Ostlund   Recent progress in approximate
                                  self-consistent-field theory . . . . . . 293--305
                Enrico Clementi   Chemistry and computers  . . . . . . . . 307--312
               M. Yoshimine and   
                   A. D. Mclean   Ground states of linear molecules:
                                  Dissociation energies and dipole moments
                                  in the Hartree--Fock approximation . . . 313--326
          Antony F. Saturno and   
             Ronald M. Rutledge   Correlation and the one-center method    327--327
               F. E. Harris and   
                  H. H. Michels   Open-shell valence
                                  configuration-interaction studies of
                                  diatomic and polyatomic molecules  . . . 329--338
                R. Lefebvre and   
                M. Garcia Sucre   Born--Oppenheimer approach to the
                                  vibronic structure of molecular dimers   339--350
                     R. McWeeny   The nature of electron correlation in
                                  molecules  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 351--359
               Keith H. Johnson   Multiple Scattering (Green's Function)
                                  Model For Polyatomic Molecules II.
                                  Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 361--367
                     R. A. Sack   An alternative method for expanding the
                                  product of two Slater wave functions . . 369--373
             Arnold C. Wahl and   
                 Robert H. Land   The Evaluation of Multicenter Integrals
                                  by Polished Brute Force Techniques. I.
                                  Analysis, Numerical Methods, and
                                  Computational Design of the
                                  Potential-Charge Distribution Scheme . . 375--401
               Z. Gershgorn and   
                     I. Shavitt   The construction of symmetry-adapted
                                  functions in configuration interaction
                                  calculations for molecules with one
                                  principal axis of symmetry . . . . . . . 403--417
           Louis Chopin Cusachs   Bounds for semiempirical resonance
                                  integral approximations  . . . . . . . . 419--421
       Louis Chopin Cusachs and   
           Benes Louis Trus and   
          Daniel G. Carroll and   
                Sean P. Mcglynn   Overlap-matched atomic orbitals  . . . . 423--430
                 Tae-Kyu Ha and   
            William H. Fink and   
                Leland C. Allen   Multicenter distribution of molecular
                                  integrals and energy components  . . . . 431--443
            Lester M. Sachs and   
                 Murrary Geller   MOSES, a FORTRAN IV system for
                                  polyatomic molecules . . . . . . . . . . 445--455
                  A. J. Coleman   Density matrices in the quantum theory
                                  of matter: Energy, intracules and
                                  extracules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 457--464
              F. David Peat and   
                 R. J. C. Brown   The antisymmetrization of geminal wave
                                  functions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 464--474
             Stephen Rothenberg   Many-electron wave functions represented
                                  as naturally correlated pairs: I. Method
                                  and application to H$_2$ and LiH . . . . 475--484
               Joyce J. Kaufman   A probable condition which a density
                                  matrix representing a real molecule
                                  should satisfy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 485--486
              W. R. Thorson and   
                 J. H. Choi and   
                     R. B. Hake   Reduced density matrices for
                                  valence-bond wave functions  . . . . . . 487--510
              Timothy M. Wilson   Lower Bounds to Eigenvalues of the
                                  Schrödinger Equation by the Partitioning
                                  Technique  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 511--516
                     R. A. Sack   An extension of the Rayleigh--Ritz
                                  method for finding upper and lower
                                  bounds of eigenvalues  . . . . . . . . . 517--522
                   J. C. Slater   Energy bands and Fermi surfaces  . . . . 523--531
               Frank Herman and   
          Richard L. Kortum and   
              Charles D. Kuglin   Energy band structure of diamond, cubic
                                  silicon carbide, silicon, and germanium  533--566
                 Paul M. Marcus   Variational methods in the computation
                                  of energy bands  . . . . . . . . . . . . 567--588
           G. W. Pratt, Jr. and   
                   N. J. Parada   Interband momentum matrix elements and a
                                  $k \cdot p$ interpolation method applied
                                  to PbTe  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 589--594
             G. Dresselhaus and   
              M. S. Dresselhaus   An effective Hamiltonian for the optical
                                  properties of silicon and germanium  . . 595--603
            Frank J. Arlinghaus   Energy bands in ordered beta-brass . . . 605--609
             Jiro Yamashita and   
                   Seturo Asano   Band structure of KCl by Green's
                                  function method  . . . . . . . . . . . . 611--614
            John W. D. Connolly   A self-consistent calculation of the
                                  energy bands in ferromagnetic nickel . . 615--618
               Eric D. Thompson   Spin wave dispersion and energy bands in
                                  fcc metals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 619--625
             Jiro Yamashita and   
                   Seturo Asano   Band structure of antiferromagnetic
                                  chromium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 627--632
                   R. K. Nesbet   Transition metal atoms in cubic
                                  configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633--643
               R. E. Watson and   
                       M. Blume   Crystal field splittings and first-order
                                  magnetic phase transitions . . . . . . . 645--645
                F. J. Blatt and   
                D. J. Flood and   
                    V. Rowe and   
            P. A. Schroeder and   
                      J. E. Cox   Evidence of magnon-electron interaction
                                  from transport measurements  . . . . . . 647--647
                  Laura M. Roth   Spin wave stability of the ferromagnetic
                                  state for a narrow $s$ band  . . . . . . 649--650
              Takeo Izuyama and   
              Yasunari Kurihara   Magnetic scattering of neutrons by the
                                  itinerant electron ferromagnets at high
                                  temperatures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 651--660
              Jean-Louis Calais   Solid-state calculations in Uppsala  . . 661--668
              Petros N. Argyres   The virial theorem for a system of
                                  interacting particles under external
                                  forces and constraints . . . . . . . . . 669--675
                   A. C. Hurley   Integrated and integral
                                  Hellmann--Feynman formulae II.
                                  Construction of super-floating functions 677--685
              C. J. Bradley and   
                   D. E. Hughes   The application of hypervirial relations
                                  to periodic potentials . . . . . . . . . 687--701
              Stig Flodmark and   
                   Esko Blokker   A computer program for calculation of
                                  irreducible representations of finite
                                  groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 703--711
                  Josiane Serre   On the subgroups contained in the
                                  nuclear magnetic resonance symmetry
                                  group  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713--717
                 Jan Linderberg   London forces as an aspect of the
                                  correlation problem in molecular solids  719--726
              Raphael D. Levine   On the dynamic response of impure
                                  molecular crystals . . . . . . . . . . . 727--744
             Sighart F. Fischer   Collective excitation of hydrogen-bonded
                                  ferroelectrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . 745--753
                 S. Svetina and   
                   R. Blinc and   
                    B. \vZek\vs   Consistency criterion for ferroelectric
                                  free energy cluster expansion  . . . . . 755--758
                E. Burstein and   
              M. H. Brodsky and   
                    G. Lucovsky   The dynamic ionic charge of zincblende
                                  type crystals  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 759--765
                     M. Lax and   
                 B. I. Halperin   Impurity band tails in degenerate
                                  semiconductors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 767--767
            Joseph Callaway and   
                A. James Hughes   Localized defects in semiconductors  . . 769--771
                 B. T. Matthias   Three groups of superconductors  . . . . 773--774
           John D. Stettler and   
                Romas A. Shatas   Electron-phonon interaction and
                                  piezospectroscopic shifts of sharp
                                  spectral lines in solids . . . . . . . . 775--782
                   J. C. Slater   Correlation problems in solids . . . . . 783--789
                   L. Hedin and   
            B. I. Lundqvist and   
                   S. Lundqvist   On the single-particle spectrum of an
                                  interacting electron gas . . . . . . . . 791--801
              A. A. Broyles and   
                    Tucson Dunn   Pair-correlation functions and
                                  correlation energies of a quantum
                                  electron gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 803--809
        Per-Olov O. Löwdin   Eigenvalue Problem in a Linearly
                                  Dependent Basis and the Super Secular
                                  Equation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 811--827
                Yoh-Han Pao and   
               H. L. Frisch and   
                     R. Bersohn   Double quantum light scattering and
                                  orientational correlations in liquids    829--837
              Ralph J. Harrison   On the solid--liquid phase transition    839--843
              George E. Kimball   Reminiscences of 1933--1935  . . . . . . 845--847
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 1, January, 1968

              Hirotoshi Ito and   
                   Y. J. I'Haya   The electronic structures and spectra of
                                  proflavine, acridine orange, and their
                                  DNA complexes  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5--21
                  John R. Sabin   Hydrogen bonding in simple
                                  $\pi$-electron systems I.
                                  Pyridinium--pyridine . . . . . . . . . . 23--30
                  John R. Sabin   Hydrogen bonding in simple
                                  $\pi$-electron systems II.
                                  Pyridine--pyrrol . . . . . . . . . . . . 31--36
          Erkki J. Brändas   Scaled AMO Calculations on the Hydrogen
                                  Molecule. II. the $1s \sigma 2p \sigma
                                  \,^1\Sigma_u^+$ State  . . . . . . . . . 37--47
Chr. Klixbüll Jòrgensen   Might the difference between Schrödinger
                                  and Ruedenberg's local contributions to
                                  the kinetic energy represent elastic
                                  deformations of the electron?  . . . . . 49--54
                   G. Diercksen   Über eine Näherung zur Lösung des
                                  ``Self-consistent-field''; Verfahrens für
                                  Systeme mit ungepaarten Elektronen. I.
                                  Die Methode. (German) [On an
                                  approximation for the solution of the
                                  ``self-consistent field'': Procedure for
                                  systems with unpaired electrons. I. The
                                  method]  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55--67
                     Rolf Manne   A note on Kaufman's overlap population
                                  criterion for molecular stability  . . . 69--71
   Jaroslav Koutecký and   
              Sydney G. Davison   Electronic states of general mixed
                                  crystals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73--88
           Franklin Prosser and   
               Stanley Hagstrom   On the rapid computation of matrix
                                  elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89--99
                   W. A. Bingel   Improved lower bounds for the
                                  convergence radius of RS-perturbation
                                  theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101--107
             Marten J. Ten Hoor   The ground state of atomic two-electron
                                  systems in the independent particle
                                  model  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109--128
                Robert Rein and   
            Pierre Claverie and   
                 Michael Pollak   On the calculation of London--van der
                                  Waals interactions in a monopole-bond
                                  polarizability approximation with
                                  application to interaction between
                                  purine and pyrimidine bases  . . . . . . 129--144
                K. Sundaram and   
             William P. Purcell   Molecular-orbital calculations on some
                                  mesoionic compounds  . . . . . . . . . . 145--157
               R. Janoschek and   
               G. Diercksen and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Untersuchungen an der
                                  Wasserstoffbrücke zwischen zwei
                                  Berylliumatomen. (German)
                                  [Wave-mechanical investigation of the
                                  hydrogen bond between two beryllium
                                  atoms] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159--163
              Robert B. Hermann   Molecular-orbital calculations on
                                  electrophilic substitution and relative
                                  basicities in pyrrole, indole, furan,
                                  and benzofuran . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165--177
                 Raymond Daudel   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179--179
                      Anonymous   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181--181
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 2, March, 1968

          Purnendranath Sen and   
                    Sadhan Basu   Free-electron model and triplet-state
                                  lifetime of benzene  . . . . . . . . . . 183--186
                 R. McWeeny and   
                  W. Kutzelnigg   Symmetry properties of natural orbitals
                                  and geminals I. Construction of spin-
                                  and symmetry-adapted functions . . . . . 187--203
            John D. Vaughan and   
         David C. Fullerton and   
                  Chin-An Chang   Semiempirical molecular-orbital
                                  calculations of the basicities of
                                  pyrazole, imidazole, and
                                  methyl-substituted pyrazoles and
                                  imidazoles: Inductive model of electron
                                  release  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205--216
                     F. Martino   Localized impurity states in the
                                  Hartree--Fock, LCAO approximation. I . . 217--232
                     F. Martino   Localized impurity states in the
                                  Hartree--Fock, LCAO approximation II.
                                  The F Center in KCI  . . . . . . . . . . 233--263
                 Hyung Kyu Shin   Inelastic molecular collisions with an
                                  orientation-averaged interaction energy  265--279
                 Pill-Soon Song   Electronic structures and spectra of
                                  halogenated purines and pyrimidines II.
                                  $\pi$-Electronic structure of
                                  2-chloropurine and its related
                                  derivatives  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281--296
                 Pill-Soon Song   Electronic structures and spectra of
                                  halogenated purines and pyrimidines III.
                                  $\sigma$-Electronic structure and some
                                  comments on the mechanism of the
                                  xanthine oxidase reaction of
                                  2-halopurines and related analogs  . . . 297--306
               Bernard Levy and   
                Gaston Berthier   Generalized Brillouin theorem for
                                  multiconfigurational SCF theories  . . . 307--319
                      Anonymous   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 321--321
                      Anonymous   Books received . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323--323
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 3, May, 1968

                 D. C. Jain and   
                    R. C. Sahni   Transition probabilities for the
                                  ionization of N$_2$, O$_2$, NO and CO
                                  molecules  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325--332
             A. M. Ermolaev and   
                 G. B. Sochilin   2$^3$S state of helium . . . . . . . . . 333--339
                   Z. Gershgorn   Proof of the linear independence of
                                  properly selected projected spin
                                  eigenfunctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341--347
                  Peter Schnupp   On the total number of atomic
                                  associations of an $N$-atomic molecule   349--357
              Kenichi Fukui and   
                   Tokio Yamabe   A note on the theory of interatomic
                                  long-range forces  . . . . . . . . . . . 359--369
             Robert Benesch and   
                  Gulzari Malli   X-ray and electron scattering factors
                                  for many-electron atomic system  . . . . 371--389
             Erkki Brändas   Scaled AMO calculations on the hydrogen
                                  molecule. III. The $1s 2s$ $^3\Sigma$
                                  state  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 391--396
          Osvaldo Goscinski and   
              Oktay Sinano\uglu   Upper and lower bounds and the
                                  generalized variation-perturbation
                                  approach of many-electron theory . . . . 397--403
                A. P. Jucys and   
            V. A. Kaminskas and   
                 V. J. Kaveckis   Application of the extended method of
                                  calculation for atoms and ions having
                                  the electronic configurations 1 s$^2$ 2
                                  s$^2$ 2 p$^N$  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 405--411
     H. D. Försterling and   
                        H. Kuhn   Projected electron density method of
                                  $\pi$-electron systems II. Excited
                                  states . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413--430
                      Anonymous   Books received . . . . . . . . . . . . . 431--431
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 4, July, 1968

                Ilana Tamir and   
                   Ruben Pauncz   The spin degeneracy problem in the AMO
                                  method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433--444
                      C. George   Note on the usual perturbation theory    445--451
               Z. Silberman and   
               Z. Gershgorn and   
                      R. Pauncz   Application of the AMO method to
                                  non-alternant systems  . . . . . . . . . 453--462
                 Pill-Soon Song   A theoretical consideration of the
                                  spectral properties of flavin tautomers
                                  and imino flavins  . . . . . . . . . . . 463--470
                      W. Ko\los   Recent developments in the theory of
                                  one- and two-electron molecules  . . . . 471--481
             K.-F. Berggren and   
                   B. Johansson   A field theoretical description of
                                  states with different orbitals for
                                  different spins  . . . . . . . . . . . . 483--508
              D. E. Ramaker and   
             G. L. Hagnauer and   
              R. E. Carlson and   
              R. F. Gaetano and   
                   H. Crain and   
              David M. Schrader   Helium states II. Perturbation treatment
                                  of the ground state using the
                                  coordinates $r_<$ and $r_>$  . . . . . . . 509--520
                 O. Chalvet and   
                  R. Daudel and   
                   C. Ponce and   
                     J. Rigaudy   Mechanism of photooxidation:
                                  Interpretation of the substituent
                                  effects in the photooxidation of acenic
                                  derivatives  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521--530
          Werner Kutzelnigg and   
           Vedene H. Smith, Jr.   Open- and closed-shell states in
                                  few-particle quantum mechanics. I.
                                  Definitions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 531--552
       Vedene H. Smith, Jr. and   
              Werner Kutzelnigg   Open- and closed-shell states in
                                  few-particle quantum mechanics. II.
                                  Classification of atomic states  . . . . 553--562
           Keith H. Johnson and   
             Marten J. Ten Hoor   Errata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 563--563
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 5, September, 1968

               J. B. Moffat and   
                   H. E. Popkie   Physical nature of the chemical bond II.
                                  Valence atomic orbital and energy
                                  partitioning studies of linear nitriles  565--597
                     P. Schnupp   The calculation of atomic associations
                                  using LISP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 599--605
              C. A. Coulson and   
                   R. B. Gerber   Effects of complex-valued electronic
                                  wave functions on nuclear motions  . . . 607--640
               H. Fröhlich   Long-range coherence and energy storage
                                  in biological systems  . . . . . . . . . 641--649
                      H. Preuss   Das SCF--MO--P (LCGO)-Verfahren und
                                  seine Varianten. (German) [The
                                  SCF--MO--P (LCGO)-method and variations] 651--662
           Richard E. Brown and   
                 Harrison Shull   A configuration interaction study of the
                                  four lowest $^1\Sigma^+$ states of the
                                  LiH molecule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 663--685
          Purnendranath Sen and   
                    Sadhan Basu   Free-electron model for
                                  hyperpolarizability of the
                                  $\pi$-electron system in benzene . . . . 687--694
                   G. A. Gallup   Factorization of the secular determinant
                                  by constants of the motion . . . . . . . 695--706
                   R. Janoschek   Wellenmechanische Absolutrechnung an
                                  einer intramolekularen Radikalreaktion
                                  an einem methyl- und
                                  hydroxylsubstituierten ungesättigten
                                  Kohlenwasserstoff. (German)
                                  [Wave-mechanical ab initio calculation
                                  in an intramolecular reaction on a
                                  methyl- and hydroxyl-unsaturated
                                  hydrocarbon] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 707--713
              Jean-Louis Calais   Derivation of the Clebsch--Gordan
                                  coefficients by means of projection
                                  operators  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 715--727
          Michael T. Marron and   
                 Johan H. Weare   A Variation Principle For Energy
                                  Differences Between States of Two
                                  Different Hamiltonians . . . . . . . . . 729--734
              William J. Taylor   Uniqueness of Parseval's formula and
                                  Born's hypothesis on probability
                                  densities in quantum mechanics . . . . . 735--737
                      Anonymous   Books received . . . . . . . . . . . . . 739--739
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number 6, November, 1968

                  A. Pipano and   
                     I. Shavitt   Convergence Studies in Configuration
                                  Interaction Calculations . . . . . . . . 741--749
               Z. Gershgorn and   
                     I. Shavitt   An Application of Perturbation Theory
                                  Ideas in Configuration Interaction
                                  Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 751--759
              Osvaldo Goscinski   Upper and lower bounds to
                                  polarizabilities and van der Waals
                                  forces I. General theory . . . . . . . . 761--784
                    G. Heldmann   On the formulation of spin-free quantum
                                  chemistry  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 785--792
             Erkki Brändas   Scaled AMO calculations on the hydrogen
                                  molecule IV. General remarks . . . . . . 793--799
                 Arthur M. Lesk   Computation of derivatives for parameter
                                  optimization in least-squares fitting of
                                  linear combinations of Slater-type
                                  orbitals by Gaussians  . . . . . . . . . 801--805
             M. Carpentieri and   
                   L. Porro and   
                      G. Del Re   Numerical studies for a theoretical
                                  analysis of semiempirical LCAO--CI
                                  methods  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 807--824
              C. A. Coulson and   
                     G. Doggett   The electronic structure of tetrahedral
                                  III--V compounds: The ground state of
                                  boron nitride  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 825--843
          Osvaldo Goscinski and   
                Yngve Öhrn   Coupling of Equivalent Particles in a
                                  Field of Given Symmetry  . . . . . . . . 845--856
                      P. Modrak   Self-consistent-field method including
                                  correlation effect for atomic systems.
                                  Three- and four-electron atomic systems  857--866
        Per-Olov O. Löwdin   Studies in perturbation theory XIII.
                                  Treatment of constants of motion in
                                  resolvent method, partitioning
                                  technique, and perturbation theory . . . 867--931
                      Anonymous   Announcements  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 933--933
Chr. Klixbüll Jòrgensen   Book Review: \booktitleOptical
                                  properties of ions in crystals. Edited
                                  by: H. M. Crosswhite and H. W. Moos.
                                  Published by: Interscience Publishers,
                                  New York, 1967. Price: \$18.50. No. of
                                  pages: 552}  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 935--935
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 2, Number S2, January 15--20, 1968

                 B. Skutnik and   
         I. Öksüz and   
                 O. Sinano\uglu   Correlation effects in the excited
                                  states of atoms the $1s^2 2s^n 2p^m$
                                  configuration of carbon, nitrogen, and
                                  oxygen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1--11
                 Uzi Kaldor and   
          Henry F. Schaefer and   
                Frank E. Harris   Spin-extended and
                                  configuration-interaction studies of
                                  first-row atoms  . . . . . . . . . . . . 13--20
              H. H. Michels and   
                   F. E. Harris   Valence Configuration Interaction
                                  Calculations For Atomic Scattering . . . 21--27
          Charles W. Scherr and   
               Frank C. Sanders   Some transition moments via perturbation
                                  methods for the helium isoelectronic
                                  series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29--34
                    D. E. Ellis   Application of Diophantine integration
                                  to Hartree--Fock and configuration
                                  interaction calculations . . . . . . . . 35--42
            Arthur A. Frost and   
            Robert A. Rouse and   
                  Lee Vescelius   A floating spherical Gaussian orbital
                                  model of molecular structure V. computer
                                  programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43--66
            Philippe Millie and   
                Gaston Berthier   All-electron calculations of open-shell
                                  polyatomic molecules I. SCF wave
                                  function in Gaussians for methyl and
                                  vinyl radicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67--73
              Everett G. Larson   An approximate wave function involving
                                  geminals of mixed spin . . . . . . . . . 75--81
              Everett G. Larson   Stability of a restricted
                                  Hartree--Fock-like wave function under
                                  the removal of a symmetry restriction    83--87
             S. B. Schneiderman   Atom-molecule correlation tables for
                                  linear (D$_{\infty h}$) and bent (C$_{2
                                  v}$) molecular electronic states of
                                  symmetric triatomic molecules  . . . . . 89--100
         Hans-Herbert Schmidtke   Topological aspects of symmetric
                                  molecules. II  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101--105
                  Josiane Serre   Character tables of the Schrödinger
                                  supergroups  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107--123
     Joseph O. Hirschfelder and   
             Phillip R. Certain   Summary of exchange perturbation
                                  calculations for H$_2$ at large
                                  separations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125--135
           Per-Olov Löwdin   Some Comments on the Treatment of
                                  Symmetry Properties in Perturbation
                                  Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137--150
                  Roy G. Gordon   Error bounds for quantum-mechanical
                                  perturbation theory  . . . . . . . . . . 151--159
              Peter Lindner and   
           Per-Olov Löwdin   Upper and Lower Bounds in Second-Order
                                  Perturbation Theory and The Unsöld
                                  Approximation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161--173
            C. M. Rosenthal and   
          E. Bright Wilson, Jr.   Calculation of upper and lower bounds
                                  for eigenvalues by a boundary condition
                                  method: The quartic oscillator, hydrogen
                                  molecule ion, and helium atom  . . . . . 175--185
                Alberte Pullman   A comparative study of different
                                  all-valence-electrons calculations on
                                  biological purines and pyrimidines . . . 187--205
        Walter M. Macintyre and   
           Per-Olov Löwdin   Electronic energy of the DNA replication
                                  plane  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207--217
                     O. K. Rice   On charge-transfer complexes in the
                                  vapor phase  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219--224
                   I. J. Zucker   Intermolecular potentials of the inert
                                  gases from their melting curves  . . . . 225--232
                  K. H. Johnson   Scattering model for the bound
                                  electronic states of an impurity complex
                                  in a crystal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233--242
      James B. Conklin, Jr. and   
          Donald J. Silversmith   Energy-band structure and binding
                                  mechanism of TiC . . . . . . . . . . . . 243--255
            John W. D. Connolly   The energy band structure of magnetic
                                  transition metals  . . . . . . . . . . . 257--263
                   A. M. Boring   Spin-polarized energy bands in sodium    265--268
              Timothy M. Wilson   Spin-polarized energy bands in
                                  antiferromagnetic MnO  . . . . . . . . . 269--276
                Joseph Callaway   Spin waves in metals . . . . . . . . . . 277--283
                   T. L. Loucks   Fermi surfaces and periodic moment
                                  arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285--290
              Sydney G. Davison   Recent work in the molecular-orbital
                                  theory of surface states . . . . . . . . 291--301
              S. G. Davison and   
                    Y. C. Cheng   Surface and interface states of
                                  composite crystals . . . . . . . . . . . 303--311
              S. G. Davison and   
                    Y. C. Cheng   Two-electron theory of surface and
                                  impurity states  . . . . . . . . . . . . 313--322
            Romas A. Shatas and   
               C. Alton Coulter   Constants of motion in an interacting
                                  electron-lattice system  . . . . . . . . 323--332
             G. Dresselhaus and   
              M. S. Dresselhaus   Interpolation methods for phonon spectra
                                  in crystals  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333--345
               A. Brooks Harris   The effect of phonon interactions on the
                                  orientational state of H$_2$ . . . . . . 347--357
              Bernd T. Matthias   Recent discoveries in superconductivity  359--361
              Charles M. Bowden   Boundedness of linear operators in the
                                  space $l^2$  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 363--371
                  Herbert Jehle   The relationship of flux quantization to
                                  charge quantization and the fine
                                  structure constant . . . . . . . . . . . 373--375
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 1, January, 1969

          Purnendranath Sen and   
                    Sadhan Basu   Free-electron model for anisotropy of
                                  $\pi$-electron polarizability in benzene 1--2
                 J.-M. Leclercq   Exposé d'une méthode de détermination des
                                  orbitales virtuelles pour les
                                  interactions de configurations.
                                  Application \`a l'etat fondamental de
                                  l'atome de béryllium. (French)
                                  [Description of a method for determining
                                  virtual orbitals for configuration
                                  interaction] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3--11
               M. N. Adamov and   
             M. D. Balmakov and   
                   T. K. Rebane   Accurate variational calculation of
                                  upper and lower bounds of dispersion
                                  interaction constant of two hydrogen
                                  atoms  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13--15
               M. Asgar Ali and   
         Richard J. S. Crossley   Transition probability and oscillator
                                  strength by perturbation theory: 1s 3p
                                  $^{1,3}$P -- 1s 3d$^{1,3}$D transition
                                  in helium isoelectronic sequence . . . . 17--24
                  Rudolf Seiler   A remark on the Born--Oppenheimer
                                  approximation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25--32
       Robert A. Sallavanti and   
                Donald D. Fitts   A semiempirical SCF--LCAO--MO treatment
                                  of some oxygen- and nitrogen-containing
                                  heterocyclic molecules . . . . . . . . . 33--43
              E. Gianinetti and   
             G. F. Majorino and   
                 E. Rusconi and   
                   M. Simonetta   Configuration interaction study of H$_2$
                                  and H$_3$ systems  . . . . . . . . . . . 45--56
                  P. S. C. Wang   Error bounds for the overlap of
                                  approximate wave functions . . . . . . . 57--66
             Ian H. Hillier and   
                  John F. Wyatt   On partitioning the overlap charge
                                  density in self-consistent charge
                                  molecular-orbital calculations . . . . . 67--71
                    Joseph Levy   Une théorie adiabatique de la relaxation
                                  spin-réseau. (French) [An adiabatic
                                  theory of spin-lattice relaxation] . . . 73--78
               J. C. Packer and   
                J. S. Avery and   
                   J. Ladik and   
                G. Biczó   The first excited triplet states of the
                                  nucleotide bases calculated with
                                  different semiempirical SCF schemes  . . 79--92
                R. Lefebvre and   
                     R. F. Prat   Études en méthode de Hartree--Fock avec
                                  projection. I. Fonctions propres de
                                  S$^2$. Evaluation de l'énergie. (French)
                                  [Studies of the projective Hartree--Fock
                                  method. I. Eigenfunctions of S$^2$.
                                  Energy evaluation] . . . . . . . . . . . 93--105
              Norman Cressy and   
               K. R. Miller and   
               Klaus Ruedenberg   Compact natural orbital expansions for
                                  the helium ground state  . . . . . . . . 107--113
        P. Swanstròm and   
               R. Janoschek and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische absolutrechnung am
                                  HeHHe$^+$. (German) [Wave-mechanical ab
                                  initio calculation of HeHHe$^+$] . . . . 115--121
                      H. Preuss   Zur Eindeutigkeit der Darstellungen von
                                  Energiehyperflachen. (German) [On the
                                  uniqueness of the representations of
                                  energy surfaces] . . . . . . . . . . . . 123--130
                      H. Preuss   Zur konstruktion von energiehyperflächen.
                                  (German) [On the construction of energy
                                  surfaces]  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131--139
               W. A. Bingel and   
                    R. Ahlrichs   Best lower bounds for the convergence
                                  radius of RS-perturbation theory . . . . 141--143
                      Anonymous   Announcments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145--145
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 2, March, 1969

        J. \vCí\vzek and   
                  J. Paldus and   
          L. \vSroubková   Cluster expansion analysis for
                                  delocalized systems  . . . . . . . . . . 149--167
                M. H. Lloyd and   
                   L. M. Delves   On the least squares procedure for
                                  atomic calculations  . . . . . . . . . . 169--184
     Marie-José Mantione   Polarization contribution to the dipole
                                  moment and infrared spectrum intensity
                                  of the benzene--iodine complex . . . . . 185--194
                 G. G. Hall and   
                  J. Hyslop and   
                        D. Rees   A minimum principle for atomic systems
                                  allowing the use of discontinuous wave
                                  functions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195--204
                  G. Bessis and   
                P. Espagnet and   
                    S. Brato\vz   Theory of biorbitals. Study of
                                  conjugated systems in their ground and
                                  excited electronic states  . . . . . . . 205--218
                        G. Shaw   Some calculations on the hydrogen bond:
                                  The system LiH $\cdot$ Li$^+$  . . . . . 219--224
               M. K. Orloff and   
                   J. S. Brinen   Zero-field splitting in phosphorescent
                                  triplet states of aromatic hydrocarbons
                                  IV. Phenyl naphthalenes  . . . . . . . . 225--230
                    L. L. Boyle   The symmetry of molecular polarization
                                  tensors  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231--243
                Paul G. Seybold   Book Review: \booktitleReactivity of the
                                  photoexcited organic molecule.
                                  Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference
                                  on Chemistry at the University of
                                  Brussels, October 1965. Published by:
                                  Interscience Publishers, London, New
                                  York, Sydney, 1967. Price: \$15} . . . . 245--246
           Per-Olov Löwdin   Book Review: \booktitleSelected
                                  scientific papers of Egil A. Hylleraas.
                                  Edited by: John Midtdal, Harald
                                  Wergeland, and Knut Thalberg. Published
                                  by: NTH Press, Trondheim, Norway, 1968.
                                  Price: \$27 for both volumes}  . . . . . 246--246
              Jean-Louis Calais   Book Review: \booktitleApplied group
                                  theory. Author: G. G. Hall. Published
                                  by: Longmans, Green and Co, London,
                                  1967. Price: 25 s. (paperback). No. of
                                  pages: 135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246--247
               Bernard Levy and   
                Gaston Berthier   Generalized Brillouin theorem for
                                  multiconfigurational SCF theories  . . . 247--247
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 3, May, 1969

        M. Tomá\vsek and   
             J. Koutecký   Nature of the chemisorption bond on
                                  semiconductor surfaces . . . . . . . . . 249--267
                  Herbert Jehle   The relationship of flux quantization to
                                  charge quantization and the fine
                                  structure constant . . . . . . . . . . . 269--287
                 Arthur M. Lesk   Expansion of linear combinations of
                                  Slater-type orbitals in eigenfunctions
                                  of the three-dimensional isotropic
                                  harmonic oscillator  . . . . . . . . . . 289--295
                 G. B. Sochilin   On the behaviour of the wave function
                                  for the 2$^3$S state of the two-electron
                                  atom in the region where both
                                  electron--nuclear distances are small    297--301
                 Pill-Soon Song   Theoretical considerations of the
                                  electronic spectra of methyl flavins . . 303--316
                     U. Landman   Long-range interactions between atoms
                                  and charges by double-perturbation
                                  treatment  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317--325
             R. F. W. Bader and   
               H. J. T. Preston   The kinetic energy of molecular charge
                                  distributions and molecular stability    327--347
                Pierre Claverie   Study of the convergence radius of the
                                  Rayleigh--Schrödinger perturbation series
                                  for the delta-function model of H  . . . 349--370
                    F. Weinhold   Remark on lower bounds to eigenvalues    371--373
               A. Litinskij and   
               R. Rakauskas and   
              J. Batar\=uas and   
                  J. Glembockis   An extended Wolfsberg--Helmholz
                                  calculation on europium
                                  tetraacetylacetonate . . . . . . . . . . 373--376
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 4, July, 1969

         M. García Sucre   Dim\`eres composés de molecules dont
                                  l'excitation électronique entraine un
                                  déplacement de la configuration nucléaire
                                  d'équilibre accompagné d'un changement de
                                  constante de force. (French) [Dimers
                                  composed of molecules whose excitation
                                  electronic results in a shift of
                                  equilibrium nuclear configuration with a
                                  change of force constant]  . . . . . . . 377--396
           Bhairav D. Joshi and   
                   K. L. Kapoor   Molecular correlation integrals. Two
                                  center one electron integrals containing
                                  a function of interparticle distance in
                                  one center expansion approximation . . . 397--415
                        P. Smet   Théorie quantique du pouvoir rotatoire
                                  magnétique des molecules diamagnétiques.
                                  I. Formalisme general. (French) [Quantum
                                  theory of magnetic rotatory power of
                                  diamagnetic molecules. I. General
                                  formalism] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417--444
              Adarsh Deepak and   
              Victor Dulock and   
            Billy S. Thomas and   
             Harold V. McIntosh   Symmetry adapted functions belonging to
                                  the Dirac groups . . . . . . . . . . . . 445--483
                  A. A. Berezin   Semiempirical approach to the problem of
                                  the radiative lifetime of the excited
                                  F-color center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 485--487
            Bernard J. Laurenzi   Note on two-center Fourier transforms    489--492
              Norman Cressy and   
               Klaus Ruedenberg   Expansion of $r_{12}$ and $r$ in terms
                                  of analytical functions  . . . . . . . . 493--501
                 R. F. Prat and   
                    R. Lefebvre   Etudes en méthode de Hartree--Fock avec
                                  projection \ldots II. La fonction d'onde
                                  exacte d'un syst\`eme de deux électrons
                                  dans un état $^1$S comme projection d'un
                                  déterminant de Slater. (French) [Studies
                                  of the projective Hartree--Fock method.
                                  II. The exact wavefunction for a
                                  two-electron system in a $^1$S state as
                                  a projection of a Slater determinant]    503--511
               Joseph Kouba and   
                Yngve Öhrn   On the Projection of Many-Electron Spin
                                  Eigenstates  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513--521
                 Harrison Shull   The calculation of matrix elements for
                                  valence bond functions . . . . . . . . . 523--534
                      Anonymous   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535--535
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 5, September, 1969

            Pierre Claverie and   
                    Robert Rein   Theory of intermolecular interactions:
                                  The long range terms in the
                                  dipole--dipole, monopoles--dipole, and
                                  monopoles--bond polarizabilities
                                  approximations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 537--551
           Augusto Rastelli and   
                Giuseppe Del Re   On the choice and definition of atomic
                                  orbital-bases. II. Promoted Slater
                                  orbitals and best-atom hydrogen-like
                                  orbitals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 553--568
              Andrzej J. Sadlej   Vibronic absorption spectrum of the
                                  ethylene dimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 569--580
           Norman W. Bazley and   
                   David W. Fox   Bounds for eigenfunctions of
                                  one-electron molecular systems . . . . . 581--586
              Norman Bazley and   
                   David W. Fox   Lower bounds to eigenvalues of quantum
                                  mechanical systems . . . . . . . . . . . 587--592
                        P. Smet   Théorie quantique du pouvoir rotatoire
                                  magnétique des molécules diamagnétiques.
                                  II. Applications. (French) [Quantum
                                  theory of magnetic rotatory power of
                                  diamagnetic molecules. II. Applications] 593--610
          Purnendranath Sen and   
                    Sadhan Basu   Free-electron model for electronic
                                  spectra of benzene . . . . . . . . . . . 611--619
            L. Seprödi and   
            G. Biczó and   
                       J. Ladik   The effect of electric field on the
                                  electronic structure of DNA. I.
                                  Calculation of the polarizability and of
                                  the permanent dipole moment for the
                                  nucleotide bases and base pairs  . . . . 621--634
                      E. Weltin   Convergent iterative solutions for the
                                  lowest state of a system with large
                                  perturbations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 635--650
                  Joe Loter and   
        Ralph E. Christoffersen   Quadratically convergent iteration
                                  procedure for geminal determinations . . 651--661
                   Esko Blokker   The hydrogen atom in a cubic field of
                                  electric dipoles . . . . . . . . . . . . 663--681
             F. Peradejordi and   
                 R. Domingo and   
        J. I. Fer\'nndez-Alonso   Theoretical study of the derivative
                                  hydrocarbons of biphenylene. I.
                                  Electronic spectrum of the biphenylene   683--698
              C. J. Bradley and   
                   D. E. Hughes   Off-Diagonal hypervirial relations . . . 699--710
                  A. Wallis and   
          D. L. S. McElwain and   
                H. O. Pritchard   The Variation Method and the Algebraic
                                  Eigenvalue Problem . . . . . . . . . . . 711--722
        R. Gáspár   Many-Electron problems. II. Energy
                                  expansions and internal fields . . . . . 723--730
         Joseph O. Hirschfelder   Formal Rayleigh--Schrödinger Perturbation
                                  Theory For Both Degenerate and
                                  Non-Degenerate Energy States . . . . . . 731--748
                      Anonymous   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 749--749
                      Anonymous   Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750--750
              H. H. Michels and   
                   F. E. Harris   Valence configuration interaction
                                  calculations for atomic scattering . . . 751--751
                    F. Weinhold   Remark on lower bounds to eigenvalues    751--751
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number 6, November, 1969

                     G. Doggett   The distribution of electronic charge in
                                  the ground state of cubic boron nitride  753--762
                  S. Malinowski   On uncoupled approximation with
                                  approximate form of the Hartree--Fock
                                  operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 763--766
            Manuel Berrondo and   
           Per-Olov Löwdin   The projection operator for a space
                                  spanned by a linearly dependent set  . . 767--780
              Lawrence N. Craft   Symmetry effects in the radiation
                                  damping of degenerate states . . . . . . 781--793
                 Maurice Kibler   Energy levels of paramagnetic ions:
                                  Algebra. II  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 795--822
                     A. Schweig   Long range intermolecular forces between
                                  conjugated systems . . . . . . . . . . . 823--849
                 Peter Schuster   LCAO--MO studies on hydrogen bonding:
                                  The interaction between carbonyl and
                                  hydroxyl groups  . . . . . . . . . . . . 851--871
                  F. Fratev and   
               R. Janoschek and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Behandlung der
                                  Protonisierung des Äthylens unter
                                  Berücksichtigung aller Elektronen.
                                  (German) [Wave-mechanical treatment of
                                  protonation of ethylene considering all
                                  electrons] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 873--879
        P. Swanstròm and   
               R. Janoschek and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische Absolutberechnung
                                  Schwingungsspektroskopischer Daten am
                                  Äthylen. (German) [Wave-mechanical ab
                                  initio calculation: Vibrational data for
                                  ethylene]  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 881--887
               R. Janoschek and   
                      H. Preuss   Wellenmechanische untersuchungen am
                                  2-Buten unter Berücksichtigung aller
                                  Elektronen. (German) [Wave-mechanical
                                  investigations of 2-butene including all
                                  electrons] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 889--891
              S. I. Kubarev and   
                  M. I. Shedrin   A model calculation of protonic mobility
                                  in ice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893--901
                D. P. Craig and   
                    E. A. Power   The asymptotic Casimir--Polder potential
                                  from second-order perturbation theory
                                  and its generalization for anisotropic
                                  polarizabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . 903--911
                A. P. Jucys and   
           A. A. Bandzaitis and   
              J. J. Grudzinskas   Theory of two shells of atomic electrons
                                  using non-orthogonal radial orbitals . . 913--930
                A. P. Jucys and   
               E. P. Na\vslenas   Extended method of calculation for two
                                  shells of atomic electrons having the
                                  same orbital quantum number  . . . . . . 931--943
                   Lucjan Piela   Long-range interactions in the ground
                                  and two excited states of the HeH$^+$
                                  molecule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 945--968
               Howard J. Foster   Fermi surfaces and electron--impurity
                                  interactions in simple metals  . . . . . 969--981
         J.-M. André and   
                       G. Leroy   Electronic structure of graphite . . . . 983--999
                A. P. Jucys and   
             Z. B. Rudzikas and   
                A. J. Savukynas   Mirror reflection symmetry and the phase
                                  relations for partially and almost
                                  filled shells of equivalent atomic
                                  electrons  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001--1012
         J.-M. André and   
        M. Cl. André and   
                   G. Leroy and   
                      J. Weiler   Theoretical study of isoelectronic
                                  systems: Diazomethane, ketene and allene 1013--1025
            Christine M. Farmer   Laplace transform wave functions . . . . 1027--1043
            K. M. S. Saxena and   
                  Gulzari Malli   Spin-other-orbit and spin-orbit
                                  interactions in $f^2$ and $f^3$ electron
                                  configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1045--1054
               E. Kochanski and   
                     A. Pullman   Zero-field splitting parameters in
                                  heterocyclic molecules II. Calculations
                                  using SCF, SCF CM and UHF wave functions 1055--1058
                P. A. Braun and   
                   T. K. Rebane   Improved variational bound for the
                                  overlap  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1058--1061
               T. K. Rebane and   
                    P. A. Braun   Variational lower bound for the
                                  polarizability of the ground state . . . 1061--1064
              Osvaldo Goscinski   Bounds to the overlap  . . . . . . . . . 1064--1066
                Gail Wilson and   
          Harris J. Silverstone   Rational function approximation for
                                  atomic and molecular wave functions  . . 1067--1068
             Erkki Brändas   Book Review: \booktitleFoundations of
                                  quantum chemistry. Author: T. E.
                                  Peacock. Published by: John Wiley & Sons
                                  Ltd., London, New York, Sydney, Toronto,
                                  1968. Price: \$6.50. No. of pages: 162}  1069--1070
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmii

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 3, Number S3a, January 13--18, 1969

              Torgny Segerstedt   Opening Address at the Henry Eyring
                                  Symposium  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1--2
             Robert S. Mulliken   Introduction of the Honorary President
                                  of the Symposium . . . . . . . . . . . . 3--3
                   Henry Eyring   Models in research . . . . . . . . . . . 5--15
         Joseph O. Hirschfelder   Coordinates Which Diagonalize the
                                  Kinetic Energy of Relative Motion  . . . 17--31
             G. Ludwig Hofacker   Later developments of Eyring's ideas of
                                  the activated complex  . . . . . . . . . 33--37
                  Herbert Jehle   Comments in relation to the discussion
                                  on transition rates  . . . . . . . . . . 39--39
                R. B. Bernstein   New experimental challenges for the
                                  theorist in reaction kinetics  . . . . . 41--45
              Philip Empedocles   Range relaxation 2. Determination of a
                                  reaction coordinate over an energy
                                  surface of several dimensions  . . . . . 47--62
     William A. Goddard III and   
               Robert C. Ladner   The optimum orbitals for the H$_2$ $+$ D
                                  $\leftrightarrow$ H $+$ HD exchange
                                  reaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63--66
              L. C. Cusachs and   
                 M. Krieger and   
                  C. W. Mccurdy   Conservation of molecular orbital
                                  configuration in chemical reactions  . . 67--74
                  Herbert Jehle   Remarks on the problem of morphogenetic
                                  movements in the development of embryos  75--82
                Bernard Pullman   Conjugated systems in biology  . . . . . 83--102
            Bernard Pullman and   
          Ernst D. Bergmann and   
 Hannah Weiler-Feilchenfeld and   
                   Zohar Neiman   Tautomeric forms of purines resulting
                                  from proton shifts between nitrogens
                                  N$_7$ and N$_9$  . . . . . . . . . . . . 103--111
         Jose R. De La Vega and   
                 Yeong Fang and   
                Edward F. Hayes   Rotational barriers: Comparison of
                                  semiempirical and ab initio quantum
                                  mechanical calculations  . . . . . . . . 113--117
                Yoh-Han Pao and   
                  J. R. Onstott   Reflection circular dichroism of
                                  naturally optically active substances    119--128
            Daniel W. Miles and   
          Warren H. Inskeep and   
           Morris J. Robins and   
         Michael W. Winkley and   
           Roland K. Robins and   
                      H. Eyring   Circular dichroism of nucleoside
                                  derivatives. VII. The electronic
                                  structure and spectra of some simple
                                  nucleoside derivatives . . . . . . . . . 129--145
                   F. M. Loxsom   Optical rotation of helical polymers:
                                  End effects  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147--152
             Kunitsugu Soda and   
                  Akiyoshi Wada   Rayleigh-line broadening in the
                                  scattered light from chemically reacting
                                  media  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153--156
      Albert Szent-Györgyi   Energy transport and DA interactions . . 157--168
                  D. F. Bradley   Quantum biology: Solution effects  . . . 169--178
                    E. Clementi   Study of the electronic structure of
                                  molecules. XI. Comments on some present
                                  aspects and tentative extrapolations . . 179--205
        Joyce H. Corrington and   
           Louis Chopin Cusachs   Charge separation in a heteronuclear
                                  molecule: II, effects on calculated
                                  molecular properties . . . . . . . . . . 207--222
              Keith R. Roby and   
              Oktay Sinano\uglu   On the performance and parameter
                                  problems of approximate molecular
                                  orbital theory, with comparative
                                  calculations on the carbon monoxide
                                  molecule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223--236
                 G. G. Hall and   
                     W. Rodwell   The electrostatic interaction between
                                  TCQ and DNA  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237--240
                       Karl Jug   On invariant procedures in approximate
                                  SCF MO theories  . . . . . . . . . . . . 241--249
             Marshall D. Newton   Self-consistent molecular orbital
                                  calculations by least-squares projection
                                  of 2-center charge distributions . . . . 251--255
              John R. Sabin and   
            Sighart Fischer and   
                 G. L. Hofacker   SCF Calculation for proton-phonon
                                  coupling in a linear model of ice  . . . 257--263
               D. Henderson and   
               J. A. Barker and   
                         S. Kim   Theory of the liquid state . . . . . . . 265--292
              A. A. Broyles and   
               A. A. Barker and   
                Tucson Dunn and   
                  M. A. Pokrant   Methods for computing distribution
                                  functions for electrons and nuclei in
                                  fluids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293--305
                 C. O. Hill and   
                      S. H. Lin   Quenching of phosphorescence by
                                  paramagnetic molecules in rigid media. I 307--314
                  S. H. Lin and   
                       D. Tweed   The heavy atom effect on the
                                  phosphorescence of aromatic
                                  hydrocarbons. I  . . . . . . . . . . . . 315--324
                J. I. Steinfeld   Slow Vibrational Relaxation in Liquids   325--325
                  Gerald Farmer   Comment on time-resolved spectra of
                                  organic dye lasers . . . . . . . . . . . 327--327
            Russell T. Pack and   
                 John S. Dahler   Asymptotic evaluation of WKB matrix
                                  elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 329--329
           Per-Olov Löwdin   Some comments on the periodic system of
                                  the elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331--334
               Harriman H. Dash   A quantum table of the periodic system
                                  of elements  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335--340
              Torgny Segerstedt   Can biology, chemistry and physics be
                                  reduced into moral and social
                                  philosophy? or the duty of scholars to
                                  cooperate  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341--345
             Walter M. Elsasser   Can biology be reduced into chemistry
                                  and physics, and vice versa? . . . . . . 347--348
                Per-Olov Lowdin   Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv--x
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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 4, Number S3b, January 13--18, 1969

                  Hugh P. Kelly   Atomic properties calculated by
                                  many-body theory . . . . . . . . . . . . 349--358
                      M. A. Ali   Theoretical Hartree--Fock multiplet
                                  strength for transitions between excited
                                  quartet states of Ne$^+$ isoelectronic
                                  sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 359--366
                N. C. Dutta and   
                T. Ishihara and   
               C. Matsubara and   
                      T. P. Das   Many-body approach to the properties of
                                  interacting atoms  . . . . . . . . . . . 367--380
              William A. Cooney   Note concerning conclusions from
                                  integral Hellmann--Feynman theorem
                                  calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 381--382
            E. Brändas and   
                   O. Goscinski   Is second-order perturbation theory
                                  sufficient to treat second-order
                                  properties?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383--390
                P. Westhaus and   
                 O. Sinano\uglu   The structure and transformation
                                  properties of correlation functions for
                                  open shell states of molecules in
                                  non-orthogonal AO as well as in MO bases 391--411
             Robert Benesch and   
           Vedene H. Smith, Jr.   Correlation effects in X-ray and
                                  electron scattering  . . . . . . . . . . 413--421
                   Ray Pepinsky   Exchange scattering of slow electrons by
                                  antiferromagnetic surface structures . . 423--445
               R. A. Bonham and   
                    M. Fink and   
                 D. A. Kohl and   
               E. M. A. Peixoto   The measurement of charge densities by
                                  diffraction techniques . . . . . . . . . 447--459
            Frank E. Harris and   
                  H. H. Michels   Comparison of configuration-interaction
                                  methods for F$_2$  . . . . . . . . . . . 461--467
            Sandra Z. Moody and   
              Charles L. Beckel   Theoretical determination of
                                  vibration-rotation properties for the
                                  B\,$^1\Sigma^+_u$ state of H$_2$ . . . . 469--478
                  P. Sutton and   
              P. Bertoncini and   
                     G. Das and   
              T. L. Gilbert and   
             Arnold C. Wahl and   
                 O. Sinano\uglu   Methods for correlating molecules and
                                  some optimized valence configuration
                                  results on the diatomic molecules
                                  Li$_2$, Be$_2$, B$_2$, C$_2$, N$_2$,
                                  F$_2$, BN, BeO, LiF, HeNe, CO, and BF    479--497
             Arnold C. Wahl and   
              P. Bertoncini and   
                  K. Kaiser and   
                        R. Land   Bison: A new instrument for the
                                  experimentalist  . . . . . . . . . . . . 499--512
              Jess Thompson and   
             Michael Povich and   
                  Boris Musulin   Molecular screening and spectroscopic
                                  constants  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513--518
              James L. Gole and   
                Edward F. Hayes   Molecular bonding in FO$_2$ and ClO$_2$  519--525
               Bòrge Bak   Structure and vibrational frequencies of
                                  lithium cyanide from calculations of
                                  Hartree--Fock energies . . . . . . . . . 527--528
          George S. Handler and   
                  Hubert W. Joy   The prediction of molecular geometry.
                                  CH$_4$$^+$ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 529--531
       Per-Olov Löwdin and   
              Osvaldo Goscinski   The Exchange Phenomenon, the Symmetric
                                  Group, and the Spin Degeneracy Problem   533--591
         William A. Goddard III   The symmetric group and the spin
                                  generalized SCF method . . . . . . . . . 593--600
               John J. Sullivan   Some formal comments on spin projected
                                  Hartree--Fock theory . . . . . . . . . . 601--606
                  John H. Young   Nonadiabatic interactions  . . . . . . . 607--613
                J. I. Steinfeld   Appearance of long-range interatomic
                                  forces in molecular potential curves . . 615--616
               C. M. Bowden and   
                H. C. Meyer and   
                   P. L. Donoho   Spin-1 formalism for transitions within
                                  a non-Kramers doublet  . . . . . . . . . 617--624
      Richard C. Raffenetti and   
               Klaus Ruedenberg   Parametrization of an orthogonal matrix
                                  in terms of generalized Eulerian angles  625--634
           John D. Stettler and   
                Romas A. Shatas   Bond stretch in diatomic vibrotors
                                  induced by rotational-vibrational
                                  interaction  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 635--640
              Erik W. Thulstrup   Assignment of the Lowest Electronic
                                  Transitions in Benzene, C$_6$H$_6$ . . . 641--649
                Sighart Fischer   On the sigma--pi separability problem    651--657
                     G. G. Hall   The one-particle Green's function and
                                  the evaluation of ionization potentials  659--660
                D. J. Klein and   
                 R. W. Kramling   The symmetry of reduced density
                                  matrices. I. General algebraic approach
                                  and permutational symmetry . . . . . . . 661--674
                    D. J. Klein   The symmetry of reduced density
                                  matrices. II. Spin-free quantum
                                  chemistry and point group symmetry . . . 675--688
            Darwin W. Smith and   
          Everett G. Larson and   
             Robert C. Morrison   On the interpretative aspects of
                                  second-order reduced density matrices    689--696
       Per-Olov Löwdin and   
                 Tiong-Koon Lim   Calculation of lower bounds to energy
                                  eigenvalues by reduced density matrices
                                  and the representability problem . . . . 697--702
              George S. Handler   On the energy of a Thomas--Fermi system  703--706
              Everett G. Larson   Specification of an orbital Hilbert
                                  space using a minimal number of
                                  parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 707--714
         Stephen Rothenberg and   
         With Peter Kollman and   
        Maurice E. Schwartz and   
            Edward F. Hayes and   
                Leland C. Allen   Mole. A system for quantum chemistry I.
                                  General description  . . . . . . . . . . 715--725
                   J. C. Slater   The self-consistent field for crystals   727--746
                     J. H. Wood   Atomic SCF calculations for the first
                                  transition series  . . . . . . . . . . . 747--755
              Timothy M. Wilson   A Study of the Electronic Structure of
                                  the First-Row Transition-Metal Compounds 757--774
        David J. Mcnaughton and   
           Vedene H. Smith, Jr.   An investigation of the Kohn--Sham and
                                  Slater approximations to the
                                  Hartree--Fock exchange potential . . . . 775--788
               D. J. Stukel and   
               R. N. Euwema and   
                  T. C. Collins   Comparison of various exchange
                                  potentials in self-consistent OPW energy
                                  band calculations for cubic ZnS and ZnSe 789--796
               P. M. Raccah and   
                  V. E. Henrich   Experimental comparison of Hartree--Fock
                                  and Slater exchange potentials in
                                  aluminum from the charge density point
                                  of view  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 797--800
              G. S. Painter and   
                    D. E. Ellis   A direct numerical method for the energy
                                  band problem: Preliminary results for Li 801--805
            John W. D. Connolly   Excited states in metallic Al  . . . . . 807--812
              K. H. Johnson and   
              J. W. D. Connolly   The electronic structures of cesium
                                  chloride type intermetallic compounds I.
                                  Preliminary energy bands of $\beta'$AuZn
                                  and $\beta'$NiAl . . . . . . . . . . . . 813--825
                  F. Herman and   
          I. B. Ortenburger and   
                 J. P. Van Dyke   A method for improving the physical
                                  realism of first-principles band
                                  structure calculations . . . . . . . . . 827--846
 Mojmír Tomá\vsek   Complex band structure and localized
                                  states on solid surfaces . . . . . . . . 847--848
 Mojmír Tomá\vsek   Field Theoretical Approach to a
                                  Correlation Model in Solids  . . . . . . 849--850
               T. A. Kaplan and   
              Petros N. Argyres   Some applications of the thermal
                                  single-determinant approximation . . . . 851--855
                  M. Pollak and   
                       A. Sagar   A note on the pressure dependence of the
                                  ionization energies of some donor states 857--864
               B. Johansson and   
                 K.-F. Berggren   Itinerant antiferromagnetism in an
                                  infinite linear chain  . . . . . . . . . 865--865
              M. L. Glasser and   
                  S. G. Davison   Analytic solution of the Dirac equation
                                  for the Kronig--Penney potential . . . . 867--877
                L. A. Girifalco   Some comments on Wannier functions in
                                  metallic cohesion  . . . . . . . . . . . 879--879
             Hans R. Fankhauser   On the dynamics of crystals with
                                  molecular impurity centers. I.
                                  Compatibility conditions . . . . . . . . 881--901
              Bernd T. Matthias   Recent results with new superconductors  903--904
                      Anonymous   Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fmi--fmi


International Journal of Quantum Chemistry
Volume 7, Number 5, September, 1973

               O. Goscinski and   
               Y. Öhrn and   
            A. Norman Jette and   
                E. Lombardi and   
                  R. Ritter and   
                      L. Jansen   Errata: Coupling of Equivalent Particles
                                  in a Field of Given Symmetry . . . . . . 1039--1043


Reviews of Modern Physics
Volume 35, Number 3, July, 1963

                      Anonymous   Participants in the Sanibel Symposium
                                  14--19 January 1963  . . . . . . . . . . 416--420
           Per-Olov Löwdin   International Symposium on Atomic and
                                  Molecular Quantum Mechanics: Proceedings
                                  in Honor of Professor Egil A. Hylleraas
                                  and arranged by the University of
                                  Florida at Sanibel Island, 14--19
                                  January 1963: Introduction . . . . . . . 415--415