An Introduction To Quantum Field Theory (Frontiers in by Michael E. Peskin, Dan V. Schroeder

By Michael E. Peskin, Dan V. Schroeder

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101, 141, 1936. P. GOMBAS, Acta Phys. Hung. 14, 83, 1962. Hier sind auch einige diesbezugliche fruhere Arbeiten angegeben. 1 2 § 4. Statistische Behandlung von Atomen 43 kinetische Energie der Elektronen Korrektionen hergeleitet, von denen die eine darin besteht, daB man die kinetische Energie in einen radialen und azimutalen Anteil zerlegt und die Energie der Elektronen durch eine Gruppierung der Elektronen nach der Nebenquantenzahl berechnet1 • Mit dem Ausdruck (2,27) fur die kinetische Energiedichte der Elektronen mit der Nebenquantenzahl l erhalt man fur die Energie des Atoms E=~ Ir3~7~~)ddr4+y2 ;: f2z- (Vk+!

Wir nehmen also wieder an, daB die Elektronen im Volumen Q die n = N /2 Bahnzustande tiefster Energie, die wir durch die nur von den Raumkoordinaten abhangigen Eigenfunktionen tpi (t l ), tp2 (t 2),· •• , tpn (t n ) beschreiben, doppelt besetzen. Ftir diese Eigenfunktionen setzen wir wieder die ebenen Wellen (2,33). Wir wollen nun die \Vechselwirkung, insbesondere die Wechselwirkungsenergie der Elektronen unseres freien Elektronengases berechnen. Die Wechselwirkung von Elektronen zerfallt in die elektrostatische Wechselwirkung, in die aus dem Elektronenaustausch resultierende sogenannte Austauschwechselwirkung und schIieBlich in die Wechselwirkung, die man kurz als Korrelation bezeichnet.

W Es sei noch erwahnt, daB die Wahrscheinlichkeit o ~5~--+--~~---r---r---~ dafur, daB man am Ort f ~ in der Volumeneinheit im i:! f" Abstand If - f' I yom hervorgehobenen Elektron ein Elektron mit gleicher SpinAbb. 4a. 1 - wa/ea als Funktion von ria. richtung nicht vorfindet, d. h. die Wahrscheinlichkeitsdichte des Austauschloches 1 () (f) <::a W (f f') = a' I ea (t, t /) 12 (3,23) ea (t/) betragt. Fur ein freies Elektronengas ergibt sich aus (3,19) im Abstand r yom hervorgehobenen Elektron fur die Wahrscheinlichkeitsdichte des Austauschloches ea A.

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