By Hans A Bethe

Hans A Bethe obtained the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1967 for his paintings at the creation of strength in stars. A residing legend one of the physics neighborhood, he helped to form classical physics into quantum physics and elevated the knowledge of the atomic tactics liable for the houses of subject and of the forces governing the constructions of atomic nuclei.This number of papers via Prof Bethe dates from 1928, whilst he acquired his PhD, to now. It covers a number of parts and displays the various contributions in learn and discovery made by means of essentially the most very important and eminent physicists of all time. precise commentaries were written by means of Prof Bethe to counterpoint the chosen papers.

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Terms of a system of two d electrons of the same principal quantum number, for cubic symmetry. + 3rs or T1 +'r3 + 31',+'rs Whether 1 -4 or rs is the triplet term depends on the azimuthal quantum number 1 of the two y s electrons ; in our case I = 2, I's is the triplet term. -42- 46 The correlation of the terms of the quantum - mechanical system composed of two d electrons can be seen from Fig. 4, for arbitrary assumptions about the positions of the terms. The interaction of more than two electrons oriented in the crystal can be treated in exactly the same way , and the correlation of the terms in the "strong" and "intermediate " crystalline fields can be completely carried through .

P)(p changes its sign, so that f V e yiA f Pr• Pt" cos ('m t µ) 9s d r- Q , "t±# odd We now specialize from rhombic to tetrahedral symmetry . Then V also remains unchanged under rotations by n/ 2 around Z, while cos ( m t p) 9 changes its sign on this rotation for tetragonal , if m Z p is odd. " a - f V e lp:t Pt.. the Ion under consideration ; let the coordinates of the ith ion (source ion) be Ri, 0, 0•, and those of the argument of V be r, 8, gyp; the angle between the radii vectores from the nucleus of the ion under consideration to these points is a, and ri is the distance from the source ion to the argument of V.

The d shell first splits up into the ys (dy) subshell with 4 places (in counting the places we must include the two possible spin directions) and the ys subshell (term dt)with 6 places . If there is one electron in each subshell, then there arise by the inter- action all the terms of the two-electron system having representations that are irreducible components of I= this section we write representations of the cubic group with Greek, of the tetragonal group with Latin, and of the rhombic group with Gennan letters.