Neutralatom electron binding energies from relaxedorbital relativistic HartreeFockSlater calculations for Z between 2 and 106
Abstract
Electron binding energies in neutral atoms have been calculated relativistically, with the requirement of complete relaxation. HartreeFockSlater wave functions served as zerothorder eigenfunctions to compute the expectation of the total Hamiltonian. A firstorder correction to the local approximation was thus included. Quantumelectrodynamic corrections were made. For all elements with atomic numbers ranging from 2 to 106, the following quantities are listed: total energies, electron kinetic energies, electronnucleus potential energies, electronelectron potential energies consisting of electrostatic and Breit interaction (magnetic and retardation) terms, and vacuum polarization energies. Binding energies including relaxation are listed for all electrons in all atoms over the indicated range of atomic numbers. A selfenergy correction is included for the 1s, 2s, and 2p(1/2) levels. Results for selected atoms are compared with energies calculated by other methods and with experimental values.
 Publication:

Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables
 Pub Date:
 September 1976
 Bibcode:
 1976adnd...18..243H
 Keywords:

 Electron Energy;
 Hartree Approximation;
 Ionization Potentials;
 Slater Orbitals;
 Tables (Data);
 Wave Functions;
 Hamiltonian Functions;
 Kinetic Energy;
 Relativistic Theory;
 Nuclear and HighEnergy Physics