Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets: Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics

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Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets : Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics. / Avery, John Scales; Rettrup, Sten; Avery, James Emil.

World Scientific, 2011. 256 p.

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Avery, JS, Rettrup, S & Avery, JE 2011, Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets: Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics. World Scientific.

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Avery, J. S., Rettrup, S., & Avery, J. E. (2011). Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets: Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics. World Scientific.

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Avery JS, Rettrup S, Avery JE. Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets: Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics. World Scientific, 2011. 256 p.

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Avery, John Scales ; Rettrup, Sten ; Avery, James Emil. / Symmetry Adapted Basis Sets : Automatic Generation for Problems in Chemistry and Physics. World Scientific, 2011. 256 p.

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