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6)). Obviously, the translational symmetry of the one-dimensional lattice leads to an energetic stabilization by more than 38%, an astonishing result, and the extension of the above strategy into two and three dimensions will increase the size of the pre-factor even more. 23 24 1 Classical Approaches According to an oversimpliﬁcation sometimes made in solid-state chemistry textbooks, the three-dimensional energy summation rapidly converges in real space. This is not the case, simply because the Coulomb law extends into inﬁnity, leading to inherent numerical instabilities, such that the question of convergence depends on the order of summation.
It takes a lot of work to re-derive these important chemical concepts later, from the ﬁnal quantummechanical result. A number of simpliﬁcations may now be introduced for H; let us ﬁrst remind ourselves that we have agreed not to deal quantum-mechanically with 47 48 2 Quantum-chemical Approaches time-dependent phenomena. 3), thereby deleting the nuclear coordinates in the wave function which hence becomes a function of the electronic coordinates only. Likewise, we then can also drop the ﬁfth entry (the electrostatic interaction energy of the nuclei) from H because it is constant and therefore immaterial for the calculation of the wave function.
In addition, the work of Kapustinskii  shows that the computational determination of Madelung constants needed for the calculation of theoretical lattice energies is, to a very good approximation, unnecessary. In fact, no structural information is needed! 12) where ν is the number of ions per formula unit. 81 Å) we obtain is 762 kJ/mol, very close to the experimental 768 kJ/mol. 81 Å) leads to a less satisfactory, but still acceptable, 746 kJ/mol. 40 Å) yields 3903 kJ/mol, less than 1% below the “experimental” value of 3927 kJ/mol.