Last updated: 25.03.2020
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JCP just accepted two our theoretical articles on "Four-component relativistic eigenvalue- and damped-response TDDFT theory on excitations energies, electronic absorption, and natural circular dischroism using a stable noncollinear DFT ansatz"
Department of Chemistry
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Tromsø, NO-9037 Norway