On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator

Schiffel G, Manthe U (2010)
CHEMICAL PHYSICS 374(1-3): 118-125.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2010
Zeitschriftentitel
CHEMICAL PHYSICS
Band
374
Ausgabe
1-3
Seite(n)
118-125
ISSN
0301-0104
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1896985

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Schiffel G, Manthe U. On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator. CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 2010;374(1-3):118-125.
Schiffel, G., & Manthe, U. (2010). On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator. CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 374(1-3), 118-125. doi:10.1016/j.chemphys.2010.07.006
Schiffel, G., and Manthe, U. (2010). On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator. CHEMICAL PHYSICS 374, 118-125.
Schiffel, G., & Manthe, U., 2010. On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator. CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 374(1-3), p 118-125.
G. Schiffel and U. Manthe, “On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator”, CHEMICAL PHYSICS, vol. 374, 2010, pp. 118-125.
Schiffel, G., Manthe, U.: On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator. CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 374, 118-125 (2010).
Schiffel, Gerd, and Manthe, Uwe. “On direct product based discrete variable representations for angular coordinates and the treatment of singular terms in the kinetic energy operator”. CHEMICAL PHYSICS 374.1-3 (2010): 118-125.