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In this chapter we consider some miscellaneous results that are often referred to but are not so easy to find in the literature and could not be integrated in the framework of the previous chapters.
KeywordsWave Function Nuclear Charge Cusp Condition Hydrogenic Orbital Unperturbed Wave Function
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