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Physics
D-index
84
Citations
22,237
210
World Ranking
1972
National Ranking
174

Chemistry
D-index
79
Citations
21,411
239
World Ranking
2118
National Ranking
167

1996 - Liebig-Denkmünze (Liebig Medal), Society of German Chemists

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Wave function

His Cusp (singularity) research focuses on Geometry and how it connects with Basis (linear algebra). As part of his studies on Basis (linear algebra), Werner Kutzelnigg often connects relevant areas like Geometry. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Quantum mechanics and Perturbation theory (quantum mechanics) in his work. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Computational chemistry and Basis set. His study deals with a combination of Basis set and Computational chemistry. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Coupled cluster and Molecule. His Coupled cluster study frequently involves adjacent topics like Molecule. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Wave function and Electronic correlation. In his works, Werner Kutzelnigg undertakes multidisciplinary study on Electronic correlation and Wave function.

- Chemical Bonding in Higher Main Group Elements (824 citations)
- Theory of Magnetic Susceptibilities and NMR Chemical Shifts in Terms of Localized Quantities (603 citations)
- Theory of magnetic susceptibilities and NMR chemical shifts in terms of localized quantities. II. Application to some simple molecules (602 citations)

With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Quantum mechanics and Theoretical physics. Computational chemistry and Molecule are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Werner Kutzelnigg connects Atomic physics with Electron in his research. In his work, Werner Kutzelnigg performs multidisciplinary research in Electron and Atomic physics. His Organic chemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Molecule. Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His studies link Mathematical optimization with Hamiltonian (control theory). His study connects Hamiltonian (control theory) and Mathematical optimization.

- Quantum mechanics (73.11%)
- Computational chemistry (32.08%)
- Molecule (32.08%)

- Quantum mechanics (92.86%)
- Quantum (42.86%)
- Molecule (35.71%)

In his work, Separation (statistics) is strongly intertwined with Statistics, which is a subfield of Cumulant. Much of his study explores Separation (statistics) relationship to Statistics. As a part of the same scientific family, Werner Kutzelnigg mostly works in the field of Conjecture, focusing on Pure mathematics and, on occasion, Field (mathematics). Werner Kutzelnigg combines topics linked to Pure mathematics with his work on Field (mathematics). His study on Classical mechanics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Kinetic energy and Potential energy. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Kinetic energy and Classical mechanics. His study on Quantum mechanics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Adiabatic process. Much of his study explores Quantum relationship to Density matrix. His Quantum research extends to the thematically linked field of Density matrix.

- Solved and unsolved problems in relativistic quantum chemistry (80 citations)
- Comparison of restricted, unrestricted, inverse, and dual kinetic balances for four-component relativistic calculations (65 citations)
- Spinfree formulation of reduced density matrices, density cumulants and generalised normal ordering (40 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Quantum chemistry

His Classical mechanics research is intertwined with Kinetic energy and Potential energy. Werner Kutzelnigg performs integrative study on Kinetic energy and Classical mechanics in his works. His Geometry study frequently links to other fields, such as Inverse, Rotation (mathematics) and Surface (topology). He frequently studies issues relating to Geometry and Surface (topology). Werner Kutzelnigg integrates several fields in his works, including Quantum mechanics and Computational chemistry. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Computational chemistry and Quantum mechanics in his work. His Density matrix research extends to the thematically linked field of Quantum. His research ties Quantum and Density matrix together. Werner Kutzelnigg conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Electrochemistry and Electrode through his works.

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Chemical Bonding in Higher Main Group Elements

Werner Kutzelnigg.

Angewandte Chemie **(1984)**

1181 Citations

Theory of magnetic susceptibilities and NMR chemical shifts in terms of localized quantities. II. Application to some simple molecules

Michael Schindler;Werner Kutzelnigg.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1982)**

876 Citations

Theory of Magnetic Susceptibilities and NMR Chemical Shifts in Terms of Localized Quantities

W. Kutzelnigg.

Israel Journal of Chemistry **(1980)**

826 Citations

r12-Dependent terms in the wave function as closed sums of partial wave amplitudes for large l

Werner Kutzelnigg.

Theoretical Chemistry Accounts **(1985)**

795 Citations

Wave functions with terms linear in the interelectronic coordinates to take care of the correlation cusp. I. General theory

Werner Kutzelnigg;Wim Klopper.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1991)**

668 Citations

The IGLO-Method: Ab-initio Calculation and Interpretation of NMR Chemical Shifts and Magnetic Susceptibilities

Werner Kutzelnigg;Ulrich Fleischer;Michael Schindler.

**(1990)**

667 Citations

Rates of convergence of the partial‐wave expansions of atomic correlation energies

Werner Kutzelnigg;John D. Morgan.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1992)**

645 Citations

Quantum chemistry in Fock space. I. The universal wave and energy operators

Werner Kutzelnigg.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1982)**

397 Citations

Coupled cluster theory that takes care of the correlation cusp by inclusion of linear terms in the interelectronic coordinates

Jozef Noga;Werner Kutzelnigg.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1994)**

384 Citations

Quasirelativistic theory equivalent to fully relativistic theory.

Werner Kutzelnigg;Wenjian Liu.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2005)**

382 Citations

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