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59 ~ Electron Calculations R e f e r e n c e s see p. g. 7) is the Coulomb repulsion integral for two n electrons described b y an atomic orbital Z~ 22~. If all the atoms P are of the same kind (for instance, if all of them are carbon atoms), it is not necessary to give W~ a numerical value in order to calculate the wave function of the n-electron system, because Wp is the same in all the diagonal matrix elements and can be taken as the origin of the energy scale. In the case of substituted molecules, one only needs to know the values of the different Wp's in comparison to the Wp of the carbon atom.
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σ and π Electrons in Organic Compounds by W. Kutzelnigg, G. Del Re, G. Berthier