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In Fig. 8 (see p. 82), there is shown the localized orbital structure of the i y. (10) 2 (20) 2 (17r) 4 excited state, which can be thought to result by promoting two electrons from the o lone pair into the non-bonding orbitals (~rx) and (try), ~4) which are essentially atomic 09) orbitals. When this structure is localized, the sigma bonding orbital combines with the ~r orbitals to form three trigonally arranged banana bonds between the nitrogen and the hydrogen, only one of which is shown in the figure.

E. Eq. (17), the following SCF equations for the vg: 7v (x = vj(x) X k, (22) where ~jk = u~')',sTr! T~k , (23a) ~k ----'~ttanspos~dX~. (23b) Thus, the orbitals u k and vk satisfy Hartree-Fock equations which are identical in form and differ only in the numerical values of the constants Xjg and ~ik respectively. But since the latter are unknowns in the equation, and since 7(p) is itself invariant as shown in Eq. (21), we can say that the Hartree'-Fock self-consistent-field equations are invariant under the orbital transformation given by Eqs.

21) Thus, the Fock-operator is also invariant under the orbital transformations given by Eqs. (5) and (6). The ~'tl are Lagrangian multipliers arising from the side conditions of Eq. (7) which maintain orbital orthonormality during the minimization process. 7) Solution o f Eq. (17) in conjunction with Eq. (7) determines simultaneously the ue(x) and the ~,~. Thus, the Uk(X) and the ~i~ must be considered as the unknowns in the integro-differential equation (l 7). By virtue of Eqs. e. Eq. (17), the following SCF equations for the vg: 7v (x = vj(x) X k, (22) where ~jk = u~')',sTr!

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