Assessment Questions for The Hartree Fock Approximation


Hartree Fock Approximation

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    1. Another name for the Hartree Fock Approximation is __________.

      (a)Born-Oppenheimer approximation
      (b)Self-Consistent Field Method
      (c)The Cubic Equation of State

    2. The probability density function is...


    3. Which atoms are used in many computational approximations?

      (c)both a and b

    4. Molecular Orbitals can be calculated by which method?

      (a)Born-Oppenheimer Approximation
      (b)Point Group Symmetry
      (c)Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals

    5. Amplitude of atomic orbitals vary with distance from the nucleus in a not quite ______________ fashion.


    6. Accuracy of the LCAO increases with ______________.

      (a)The decrease in mass of the molecule.
      (b)Increase in the wavefunction.
      (c)Increase in the size of the basis set.

    7. Which is not a basic feature of LCAO MOs?

      (a)N atomic orbitals overlap to form N molecular orbitals
      (b)for a given set of contributing atomic orbitals, the greater the number of interatomic nodes, the greater the energy
      (c)the appropriate number of electrons is accommodated in accord with the rules of the building up principle.
      (d)All are basic features of LCAO MOs.


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