The embedding method is a powerful theoretical and computational technique relevant to many technologically and scientifically important problems. Encompassing important and topical problems in, for example, surface and interface electronic structure, adsorption, the physics of nanostructures, molecular electronics, plasmonics and photonics it has become an important tool for researchers in these fields. More recently it has also been extended into the time domain. This book provides a thorough review of the method which can be used as either an accessible starting point for those wishing to understand and use the method, or as a single reference source for those already applying it in their research.
The Embedding Method for Electronic Structure
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