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Quantum Mechanics of One-and-Two-Electron Atoms
Quantum Mechanics of One-and-Two-Electron Atoms

Quantum Mechanics of One-and-Two-Electron Atoms. Edwin E. Salpeter, Hans A. Bethe

Quantum Mechanics of One-and-Two-Electron Atoms


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Quantum Mechanics of One-and-Two-Electron Atoms Edwin E. Salpeter, Hans A. Bethe
Publisher: Dover Publications




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