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Elimination of (3)–(5) will probably require the construction of Exc [n↑ , n↓ ] from the Kohn-Sham orbitals (which are themselves highlynonlocal functionals of the density). For example, the self-interaction correction [9,68] to LSD eliminates most of the bad features (3) and (4), but not in an entirely satisfactory way. 36 John P. 2 Gradient Expansion Gradient expansions [6,69], which oﬀer systematic corrections to LSD for electron densities that vary slowly over space, might appear to be the natural next step beyond LSD.
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205), then drop small ∇s contributions to ﬁnd 1 1 (1 + ζ)4/3 Fx s/(1 + ζ)1/3 + (1 − ζ)4/3 Fx s/(1 − ζ)1/3 2 2 1 (1 + ζ)4/3 + (1 − ζ)4/3 + µφs2 + . . 114). Thus the rs = 0 or high-density-limit curve in each ﬁgure is the exchange-only enhancement factor. Clearly Fx > 0, Fc > 0, and Fx (ζ = 0, s = 0) = 1 by deﬁnition. 273 . 224) as stated in Sect. 4. 217) and Figs. 2. However, the main qualitative features are simply stated: When we make a density variation in which rs decreases, ζ increases, or s increases everywhere, we ﬁnd that |Ex | increases and |Ec /Ex | decreases.