Atomic and Molecular Structure Codes with Lab View
Atomic and molecular electronic structure (AMES) computer codes yield spectroscopic and dynamic details about atomic and molecular electron states. This information plays a fundamental and practical role in physics, chemistry, biology and industry. Advances in AMES codes have progressed in parallel with quantum theory and computer technologies yet many of the codes continue to be developed in the original scientific programming language, FORTRAN.
Deveney, Edward (2005). Atomic and Molecular Structure Codes with Lab View. Faculty and Librarian Research Grants (FLRG). Item 96.
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