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  • For molecules containing more than three elementary particles, even the hydrogen molecule with Lewis's two-electron bond (see Section 1.1), the equation can, however, not be solved exactly, so one has to resort to approximate methods.

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  • You have a single wave function that describes the two-electron system.

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  • Methane gives the methionium ion CH5+, which Olah has formulated as containing a three-centre, two-electron bond (Figure 2a, indicated with triangular dotted lines).

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  • For two-electron systems this has given high accuracy for the electron correlation energy with far less effort than conventional methods.

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  • In 2006 the team used a novel combination of algorithms, extended precision computing and the increase in power brought about by parallel computing to calculate the most accurate values ever for a simple, two-electron hydrogen molecule.

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  • The FAD moiety is reduced by bound NADH in a two-electron reaction.

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  • The stoichiometry is not clear, but may involve a two-electron and a one-electron oxidation step;

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  • The mechanism currently under investigation appeals to the photo-activation above the thermal background of a 2D array of aligned proteins, producing radical ion pairs involving singlet two-electron states.

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  • Although ytterbium (2003) and calcium (June 2009) were the first two-electron systems to be condensed, it is with strontium that significantly large Bose-Einstein Condensates have been produced.

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  • Most of the atoms with one valence electron have already been successfully condensed (the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for this achievement in 2001), making Bose-Einstein condensation of two-electron systems a new hot topic in the field of physics.

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