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Authored by : Kimio Ohno

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido
University, Sapporo 060, Japan

Article and pictures stem from :

Quantum Science - Methods and Structure
A Tribute to Per-Olov Löwdin

Edited by
Jean-Louis Calais and Osvaldo Goscinski,
Jan Linderberg and Yngve Öhrn.
Plenum Press, New York, 1976.

Used here:
pages 1-11: Kimio Ohno, Per-Olov Löwdin, Conqueror of Scientific, Educational, and Rocky Mountains.

I happened to be the first Japanese scientist to meet Per Löwdin on Japanese soil. In September 1953, an international conference on theoretical physics was held in Japan. Professor Kotani gave me the responsibility of meeting some foreign guests at the Tokyo airport. Thus on one hot summer day, I met Per as well as Professor Waller and Professor Mulliken at the airport. At that time, I did not realize that this was to be the beginning of a long and happy association with Per and his groups.

Publications of Per-Olov Löwdin


The following reference list originates from :

Quantum Science - Methods and Structure
A Tribute to Per-Olov Löwdin

Edited by
Jean-Louis Calais and Osvaldo Goscinski,
Jan Linderberg and Yngve Öhrn.
Plenum Press, New York, 1976.

Used here:
pages 13-23: Kimio Ohno(?), Publications of Per-Olov Löwdin, 1939-1976.

        1.   Lorentz-Transforinationerna och den Kinematiska Relativitets-
             principen (Elementa 22, 161 - 169, 1939)
        2.   A Quantum Mechanical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy, the
             Interionic Distance, and the Elastic Constants of Some Ionic
             Crystals. I. (Ark. Mat., Astr., Fys. 35A,  No 9, 1 - 10, 1947)
        3.   A Quantum Mechanical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy, the
             Interionic Distance, and the Elastic Constants of Some Ionic
             Crystals. II. The Elastic Constants c12 and c44 .
             (Ark. Mat., Astr., Fys. 35A, No 30. 1-18, 1948) 12 44
        4.   A Theoretical Investigation into Some Properties of Ionic
             Crystals (Thesis, Almqyist & Wiksells, Uppsala, 1948)
        5.   A Quantum Mechanical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy, the
             Interionic Distance, and the Elastic Constants of Some Ionic
             Crystals (Reports from the Conference of the Swedish National
             Committee for Physics in 1947. Ark. Mat., Astr., Fys. 34A,
             No 29, 18-19, 1948)
        6.   On the Occurrence of Many-Body-Forces in Molecules and in
             Crystals. (Reports from the conference of the Swedish National
             Committee for Physics in 1948. Ark.  Fysik 1, 543, 1949)
        7.   The Band Theory of Metals and the Importance of the Overlap
             Integrals. (Reports from the Conference of the Swedish
             National Committee for Physics in 1949.  Ark. Fysik 2, 220,
        8.   A Note on the Method of Steepest Descents with a Remark on
             T. Ljunggren's Paper "Contributions to the Theory of
             Diffraction of Electromagnetic Waves by Spherical Particles."
             (Ark.  Fysik 2,  367-370, 1950)
        9.   On the Non-Orthogonality Problem Connected with the Use of
             Atomic Wave Functions in the Theory of Molecules and Crystals
             (J. Chem.  Phys. 18, 365-375, 1950)
        10.  (with S.0. Lundqyist) On the Calculation of Certain Integrals
             Occurring in the Theory of Molecules, Especially Three-Centre
             and Four-Centre Integrals (Ark.  Fysik  3, 147-154, 1951)
        11.  (with A Sjölander) A Note on the Numerical Calculation of
             Asymptotic Phases with a Numerical Study of Hulthén's Varia-
             tional Principle (Ark. Fysik 3, 155-166, 1951)
        12.  Calculation of Electric Dipole Moments of Some Heterocyclics
             (J. Chem.  Phys. 19, 1323-1324, 1951)
        13.  A Note on the Quantum-Mechanical Perturbation Theory. 
             (J. Chem. Phys. 19, 1396-1401, 1951)
        14.  On the Quantum-Mechanical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy
             of Molecules and Crystals. I. A General Energy Formula for
             the Ground State. (J. Chem. Phys. 19, 1570-1578, 1951)
       15.   On the Quantum-Mechanical Calculation of the Cohesive Energy
             of Molecules and Crystals. II. Treatment of the Alkali Metals
             with Numerical Applications to Sodiu.m. (J. Chem. Phys. 19,
             1579-1591, 1951)
       16.   On the Methods of Numerical Integration Used in Determining
             Self-Consistent Fields. (NAS-ONR Report from the Shelter
             Island Conference in 1951, 187-194, 1951)
       17.   On The Numerical Integration of Ordinary Differential Equations
             of the First Order. (Quart. Appl. Math. 10, 97-111, 1952)
       18.   Approximate Formulas for Many-Center Integrals in the Theory
             of Molecules and Crystals (J. Chem. Phys. 21, 374-375, 1953)
       19.    On the Molecular-Orbital Theory of Conjugated Organic Compounds
              with Application to the Perturbed Benzene Ring.
              (J. Chem.  Phys. 21, 496-515, 1953)
       20.    Studies of Atomic Self-Consistent Fields. I. Calculation of
              Slater Functions. (Phys. Rev. 90, 120-125, 1953)

       21.    Studies of Atomic Self-Consistent Fields. II. Interpolation
              Problems. (Phys. Rev. 94‚ 1600-1609, 1954)
       22.   (with H. Sponer) Les Niveaux d'énergie électronique dans
              l'éthylène (J. Phys. Rad. 15, 607-611, 1954)
       23.   Recent Simplifications in the Molecular Orbital Theory of
             Calculating Energy Levels. (Proceedings of the International
             Conference of the Theoretical Physics at Kyoto and Tokyo,
             Japan in 1953, 599-611, 1954)
       24.   A Method of Alternant Molecular Orbitals. (Symposium on
             Molecular Physics at Nikko, Japan in 1953, 13-16, 1954)
       25.   Calculations of Molecular Integrals in Uppsala. (Symposium
             on Molecular Physics at Nikko, Japan in 1953, 113-117, 1954)
       26    Quantum Theory of Many-Particle Systems. 1. Physical Inter-
             pretations by Means of Density Matrices, Natural Spin-Orbit-
             als, and Convergence Problems in the Method of Configurational
             Interaction. (Phys. Rev. 97, 1474-1489, 1955)
       27.   Quantum Theory of Many-Particle Systems. II. Study of the
             Ordinary Hartree-Fock Approximation. 
             (Phys. Rev. 97, 1490-1508, 1955)
       28.   Quantum Theory of Many-Particle Systems. III. Extension of
             the Hartree-Fock Scheme to Include Degenerate Systems and
             Correlation Effects. (Phys. Rev. 97, 1509-1520, 1955)
       29.   An Extension of the Hartree-Fock Method to Include Correla-
             tion Effects (Les Electrons dans les Métaux, Dixième Con-
             férence Solvay, Bruxelles in 1954, 71-88, 1955)
       30.   (with I. Fischer-Hjalmars) Report From the Symposium on
             Quantum Theory of Molecules, Stockholm and Uppsala, 1955.
             (Sv. Kem. Tidskrift  67, 365-398, 1955; esp. 369,370,373,375,
       31.   (with H. Shull) Role of the Continuu.m in Superposition of
             Configurations. (J. Chem. Phys. 23, 1362, 1955)
       32.   (with H. Shull) Natural Spin-Orbitals for Helium.
             (J. Chem. Phys. 23, 1565, 1955)
       33.   Quanttun Theory of Cohesive Properties of Solids. 
             (Adv. Phys. 5, 1-172, 1956
       34.   (with H. Shull) Natural Orbitals in the Quantum Theory of
             Two-EleCtrOn Systems (Phys. Rev. 101, 1730-1739, 1956).
       35.   (with H. Shull) Correlation Splitting in Helium-Like Ions
             (J. Chem. Phys. 25‚ 1035-1040, 1956).
       36.   Electronic Correlation in the Theory of Molecular Energy Levels.
             (A Report from the Molecular Quantum Mechanics Conference in
             Austin, Texas in 1955, 30; Texas J. Sci. 8, 163, 1956).
       37.   (with K. Appel) Studies of Atomie Self-Consistent Fields. III.
             Analytic Wave Functions for the Argon-Like Ions and for the
             First Row of the Transition Metals. 
             (Phys. Rev. 103, 1746-1755, 1956).
       38.   Present Situation of Quantum Chemistry.
             (J. Phys. Chem. 61, 55-68, 1957)
       39.   Den Kovalenta Kemiska Bindningen i Kvantmekanisk Belysning
             (Elementa 40, 9-24, 1957).
       40.   Generalizations of the Hartree-Fock Scheme.
             (Ann. Aead. Reg. Sci. Upsaliensis, 2, 127-135, 1958).
       41.   (with H. Shull) Variation Theorem for Excited States.
             (Phys. Rev. 110,  1466-1467, 1958).
       42.   Nature des Fonctions de la Mésomérie.
             (Ed. du Centre Nat. Rech. Sei. LXXXII, 23-37, 1958).
       43.   (with A.J. Freeman) Quantum Meehanical Kinetic Energy Trans-
             formation (Phys. Rev. 111, 1212-1213, 1958).
       44.   Spin Degeneracy Problem .
             (Coll. Int. Centre Nat. Rech. Sci. 82, 23, 1958).
       45.   Correlation Problem in Many-Eleetron Quantum Mechanies. I.
             Review of Different Approaches and Discussion of Some Current
             Ideas (Adv. Chem. Phys. 2, 207-322, 1959).
       46.   Scaling Problem, Virial Theorem and Connected Relations in
             Quantum Mechanics (J. Mol. Spect. 3,  46-66, 1959).
       47.   (with H. Shull) Superposition of Configurations and Natural
             Spin Orbitals. Applications to the He Problem.
             (J. Chem. Phys. 30, 617-626, 1959).
       48.   (with J.0. Hirschfelder) The Long-Range Interaction of Two ls
             Hydrogen Atoms Expressed in Terms of Natural Spin Orbitals
             (Mol. Phys. 2, 229-258, 1959).

       49.   (with L. Rédei) Combined Use of the Method of Superposition of
             Configurations and Correlation Factor on the Ground States of
             the Helium-Like Ions (Phys. Rev. 114, 752-757, 1959)
       50.   En Iterations-Variationsmetod För Att Lösa Egenvärdesproblem.
             (Nord-SAM, Karlskrona and Lund 1959, 199-209, 1959)
       51.   Some Aspects on the Recent Development of the Theory of the
             Electronic Structure of Atoms. (Proceedings of the Robert A.
             Welch Foundation Conferences an Chemical Research. II. Atomic
             Structure, 5-75, 1960)
       52.   Expansion Theorems of the Total Wave Function and Extended
             Hartree-Fock Schemes (Rev. Mod. Phys. 32, 328-334, 1960)
       53.   Quantum Theory of Electronic Structure of Molecules.
            (Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. 11, 107-132, 1960)
       54.   (with R. Pauncz and J. de Heer) On the Calculation of the
             Inverse of the Overlap Matrix in Cyclic Systems.
             (J. Math. Phys 1,  461-467, 1960)
       55.   The Principle of Causality, the Chemical Bond and Modern
             Quantum Chemistry.
             (Ann. Acad. Reg. Sci. Upsaliensis, 5, 63-78, 1961)
       56.   Note an the Separability Theorem for Electron Pairs.
             (J. Chem. Phys. 35, 78-81, 1961)
       57.   Band Theory, Valence Band and Tight-Binding Calculations.
             (J. Appl. Phys. 33, 251-280, 1962
       58.   Exchange, Correlation and Spin Effects in Molecular and Solid-
             State Theory (Rev. Mod. Phys. 34, 80-87, 1962)
       59.   (with J.-L. Calais) A Simple Method of Treating Atomic Integrals
             Containing Functions of r12.
             (J. Mol. Spect. 8, 203-211, 1962)
       60.   (with A. Fröman) Virial Theorem and Cohesive Energy of Solids,
             Particularly Ionic Crystals (J. Phys. Chem. Sol 23, 75-84,
       61.   (with R. Pauncz and J. de Heer) Studies an the Alternant
             Molecular Orbital Method. I. General Energy Expression for
             an Alternant System with Closed-Shell Structure.
             (J. Chem. Phys. 36, 2247-2256, 1962)
       62.   (with R. Pauncz and J. de Heer) Studies an the Alternant
             Molecular Orbital Method. II. Application to Cyclic Systems.
             J. Chem. Phys. 36, 2257-2265, 1962
       63.   The Normal Constants of Motion in Quantum Mechanics Treated
             by Projection Technique. (Rev. Mod. Phys. 34, 520-530, 1962).
       64.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. IV. Solution of Eigenvalue
             Problem by Projection Operator Formalism. 
             (J. Math. Phys. 3, 969-982, 1962).
       65.   Studies in Perturbation Theory V. Some Aspects on the Exact
             Self-Consistent Field Theory. (J. Math. Phys. 3, 1171-1184,
       66.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. 1. An Elementary Iteration-
             Variation Procedure for Solving the Schrödinger Equation by
             Partitioning Technique (J. Mol. Spect. 10, 12-33, 1963).
       67.   Quantum Genetics (Int. Sci. Tech. 17, 64, 1963).
       68.   Wave and Reaction Operators in the Quantum Theory of Many-
             Particle Systems. (Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 702-708, 1963).
       69.   Discussion on the Hartree-Fock Approximation. 
             (Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 496-498, 1963).
       70.   Discussion on Natural Expansions and Properties of the Chemical
             Bond (Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 629-630, 1963).
       71.   Proton Tunnelling in DNA and its Biological Implications. 
             (Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 724-732, 1963).
       72.   Effect of Proton Tunnelling in DNA on Genetic Information and
             Problems of Mutations, Aging, and Tumors. 
             (Bio. Symp. 1, 161-181, 1964).
       73.   Some Aspects of Quantum Biology. (Bio. Symp. 1, 293-311, 1964).
       74.   Molecular Orbitals in the Exact SCF Theory. (Molecular Orbitals
             in Chemistry, Physics, and. Biology, Mulliken Dedicatory Volume,
             Academic Press, Inc., New York, 37-55, 1964).
       75.   Some Aspects on DNA Replication; Incorporation Errors and
             Proton Transfer. (Electronic Aspects of Biochemistry, Academic
             Press, Inc., New York, 167-201, 1964).
       76.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. II. Generalization of the
             Brillouin-Wigner Formalism. (J. Mol. Spect. 13, 326-331, 1964).
       77.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. III. Solution of the Schrödinger
             Equation Under a Variation of a Parameter. 
             (J. Mol. Spect. 13, 331-337, 1964).
       78.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. VI. Contraction of Secular
             Equations.(J. Mol. Spect. 14, 112-118, 1964).
       79.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. VII. Localized Perturbation
             (J. Mol. Spect. 14, 119-130, 1964).
       80.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. VIII. Separation of the Dirac
             Equation and Study of the Spin-Orbital Coupling and Fermi
             Contact Terms. (J. Mol. Spect. 14, 131-144, 1964).
       81.   Angular Momentum Wavefunctions Constructed by Projection
             Operators. (Rev. Mod. Phys. 36, 966-976, 1964).
       82.   Datamaskinupprustning på universitetsområdet.
             (ULF, organ för Universitetslärarförbundet, 1, 1965).
       83.   Isotope Effect in Tunneling and its influence on Mutation
             Rates. (Mutation Research 2, 218-221, 1965).
       84.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. IX. Connection Between Various
             Approaches in the Recent Development. Evaluation of Upper
             Bounds to Energy Eigenvalues in Schrödinger's Perturbation
             Theory. (J. Math. Phys. 6, 1341-1353, 1965).
       85.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. X. Lower Bounds to Energy
             Eigenvalues in Perturbation-Theory Ground State.
             (Phys. Rev. 139, A357-A372, 1965).
       86.   Studies in Perturbation Theory. XI. Lower Bounds to Energy
             Eigenvalues, Ground State, and Excited States. 
             (J. Chem. Phys. 143,  S175-S185, 1965).
       87.   Quantum Genetics and the Aperiodic Solid. Some Aspects on the
             Biological Problems of Heredity, Mutations, Ageing, and Tumors
             in View of the Quantum Theory of the DNA-Molecule.
             (Adv. Quant. Chem. II, 1965).
       88.   Arvsanlagen och Deras Förändringar - Ur kvantgenetisk synpunkt.
             (Sv. Naturvetenskap, 1965).
       89.   (with J. 0. Hirschfelder) Long-Range Interaction of Two 1s-
             Hydrogen Atoms Expressed in Terms of Natural Spin-Orbitals.
             (Mol. Phys. 9‚ 491-1496, 1965).
       90.   Some Recent Developments in the Quantum Theory of Many-Electron
             Systems and the Correlation Problem.
             (Adv. Chem. Phys. 8, 3-4, 1965).
       91.   Some Aspects of the Biological Problems of Heredity, Mutations,
             Ageing and Tumours in View of the Quantum Theory of the DNA
             Molecule. (Adv. Chem. Phys. 8, 177-179, 1965)
       92.   The Calculation of Upper and Lower Bounds of Energy Eigenvalues
             in Perturbation Theory by Means of Partitioning Techniques.
             (Perturbation Theory and its Application in Quantum Mechanics,
             Ed., C.H. Wilcox, Proceedings of Madison Symposium, 255-294,
             John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1966)
       93.   Quantum Genetics and the Aperiodic Solid. Some Aspects on the
             Biological Problems of Heredity, Mutations, Ageing and Tumours
             in View of the Quantum Theory of the DNA Molecule.
             (Adv. Quant. Chem. 2,  213, 1965)
       94.   Comments on Professor John C. Slater's Paper, "Cohesion in
             Monovalent Metals".
             (Quantum Theory of Atoms, Molecules, Solid State, 15, 1966)
       95.   The Projected Hartree-Fock Method. An Extension of the
             Independent-Particle Scheme. 
             (Quantum Theory of Atoms, Molecules, and Solid State, 601, 1966)
       96.   Program. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 1, 1-6, 1967)
       91.   Nature of Quantum Chemistry.
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 1, 7-12, 1967)
       98.   Group Algebra, Convolution Algebra, and Applications to Quantum
             Mechanics. (Rev. Mod. Phys. 39‚  259-287, 1967)
       99.   Quantumn Theory of Time-Dependent Phenomena Treated by the
             Evolution Operator Technique.
            (Adv. Quant. Chem. 3, 323-381, 1967)
       100.  Some Properties of the Hydrogen Bonds in Biochemistry with
             Particular Reference to the Stability of the Genetic Code.
             (Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarum Scripta Varia 31,
             "Semaine d'Etude sur les Forces Moléculaires, 637-708, 1967)
       101.  Eigenvalue Problem in a Linearly Dependent Basis and the Super
             Secular-Eq.uation. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 1S,  811-827, 1967)
       102.  Molecular Associations in Biology - 4 Brief Summary. (Molecular
             Associations in Biology, Academic Press, Inc., New York,
             539-549, 1968)
       103.  (with P. Lindner) Upper and Lower Bounds in Second-Order
             Perturbation Theory and the Unsöld Approximation.
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 2S, 161-173, 1968)

       104.  Some Aspects on the Possible Importance of the Reading
             Mechanism of DNA in Carcinogenesis. (Proceedings of the Israel
             Academy of Sciences Symposium on Physico-Chemical Mechanism
             of Carcinogenesis, Jerusalem in 1968)
       105.  Studies in Perturbation Theory. XIII. Treatment of Constants
             of Motion in Resolvent Method, Partitioning Technique, and
             Perturbation Theory. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 2, 867-931, 1968)
       i06.  Some Comments on the Treatment of Symmetry Properties in
             Perturbation Theory. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 25, 137-l50, 1968)
       107.  (with W.M. MacIntyre) Electronic Energy of the DNA Replication
             Plane. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 2S, 20-217, 1968)
       108.  Some Aspects on the Correlation Problem and Possible Extensions
             of the Independent-Particle Model. (Proceedings of Frascati
             Summer School on the Correlation Problem, 1961; Eds. R.
             Lefebvre and C. Moser, Interscience, 1968;
             Adv. Chem. Phys. 14,  283, 1969)
       109.  (with M. Berrondo) The Projection Operator for a Space Spanned
             by a Linearly Dependent Set. 
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 3, 767-780, 1969)
       110.  Some Comments on the Periodic System of the Elements.
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 3S, 331-334, 1969)
       111.  (with 0. Goscinski) The Exchange Phenomenon, the Symmetric
              Group, and the Spin Degeneracy Problem. 
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 3S, 533-591, 1969)
       112.  (with T.K. Lim) Calculation of Lower Bounds to Energy Eigen-
              values by Reduced Density Matrices and the Representability
              Problem. (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 3S, 697-702, 1969)
       113.  Some Aspects of the Hydrogen Bond in Molecular Biology. (Ann.
             N. Y. Acad. Sci. 158, 86-95, 1969)
       114.  Energia Sajátékek Alsóés Felsó Korlátjának Számítása
              Perturbáiós - Zámításban Particionlálási Technikával.
             (Magyar Fizikai Folyóirat XVIII, 515-540, 1969)
       115.  On the Non-Orthogonality Problem. 
             (Adv. Quant. Chem. 5, 185-199, 1970).
       116.  Same Aspects on the Research Process in the Natural Sciences.
             (Scientists at Work. Festschrift in Honour of Herman Wold,
             Almqvist and Wiksells, Uppsala, 112-135, 1970)

       117.  (with J. Gruninger and Y. Öhrn) Comments on the Analysis of
             Atomic Correlation Energies).
             (J. Chem. Phys. 52,  5551-5554, 1970)
       118.  Recent Research in the Uppsala & Florida Quantum Theory
             Projects. (IBM Ludwigsburg Meeting Report, 47-83, 1970)
       119.  Theoretical Treatment of Impurities in Solid State Physics
             and Quantum Biology. (Proceedings of the Seminar on
             Impurity Centers in Crystals at Tallinn, USSR in 1970)
       120.  Some Properties of Inner Projections.
             (Int. J. Quant. Chem. 4S, 231-237, 1971)
       121.  (with 0. Goscinski) Studies in Perturbation Theory. XIV.
             Treatment of Constants of Motion, Degeneracies and Symmetry
             Properties by Means of Multi-Dimensional Partitioning. (Int.
             J. Quant. Chem.  5S,  685-705, 1971)
       122.  Treatment of Exchange and Correlation Effects in Crystals.
             An Introduction. (Proc. Wildbad Symposium, 1971)
       123.  Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Physics of Solids.
             (Coll. Int. C. Nat. Res. Sci. 197, 207-266, 1971)
       124.  (with J.-L. Calais and M.R. Hayns) A Theoretical Study of the
             Behaviour of Solids under High Pressure and the Borelius' Law,
             with Applications to the Alkali Halides. 
             (J. of Non-Metals 1, 63-78, 1972)
       125.  (with P.K. Mukherjee) Some Comments on the Time Dependent
             Variation Prineiple. (Chem. Phys. Lett. 14, 1-7, 1972)
       126.  (with B. Laskowski) Treatment of Constants of Motion in the
             Variation Principle. Symmetry Properties of Variational Wave
             Functions. (Chem. Phys. Lett. 16, 1-4, 1972)
       127.  Electronie Mobility and Transfer of Energy and Momentum as
             Time-Dependent Processes. (Proc. 3rd Conf. From Theoretieal
             Physics to Biology, Versailles 1971, 145-146 (Karger, Basel
       128.  (with T. Ahlenius and J.-L. Calais) Some Comments on the
             Construetion of an Orthonormal Set of LCAO Basis Functions for
             Crystals. (J. Phys. C: 6, 1896-1908, 1973)
       129.  (with B. Laskowski, J.-L. Calais and P.V. Leuven) Electron
             Gas Test for the Alternant Molecular Orbital Method. 
             (J. Phys. C: 6, 2777-2787, 1973).

       130.  Josef - Maria Jauch, In Memoriam.
             (Eur. Phys. News. 5, No. 12, 7, 1974
       131.  Människan och hennes psyke i den moderna kvantteorins världs-
             bild (Forskning och Praktik 6, 121-125, 1974)
       132.  Some Aspects on the American-Swedish Exchange in Quantum
             Sciences particularly the Uppsala-Florida Exchange Project.
             (Uppsala TN 470, to be published, l976)
       133.  Internationella aktiviteter å Kvantkemiska Institutionen
             och Forskargruppen vid Uppsala Universitet. 
             (Universen, Uppsala Universitet informerar 1/76, 1976)
       134.  Set Theory and Linear Algebra. 
             (Uppsala TN 472, unpublished lecture notes, 1976)
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