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X. Band Absorption versus Localized Absorption in Crystals The X r method can be applied to crystals without difficulty, as is shown from the many energy-band calculations that have been made by its use, included in the list of references at the end of this paper. For a perfect crystal, of course the spin-orbitals take the form of Bloch-type functions. which could be approximated as Bloch sums of localized orbitals. As we have seen in Section IV. the Fermi statistics will apply. and in the ground state all spin-orbitals up to the Fernii energy will have occupation Statistical Exchange in SelCConsistent Field 33 numbers of unity, those above the Fermi energy being empty.
1966a), Mueller et al. (1970a, b), Penn (1967). Thompson (1969). Pd-Fe: Doniach and Wohlfarth (1967), Hicks et al. (1968). Ag: Ballinger and Marshall (1969), Bhatnagar (1969), Chatterjee and Sen (1966, 1967), Cooper et al. (1971), Lewis and Lee (1968), Snow (1968b). AgCl : Scop ( 1965). AgBr: Scop (1965). AgPd: Karlsson et al. (1967), Lee and Lewis (1969). Cd: Katsuki and Tsuji (1965), Stark and Falicov (1967). CdS: Bergstresser and Cohen (1967), Euwema er al. (1967), Stlickel et al. (1969). CdJAs2: Lin (1969).