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"This book presents the mathematical foundations of several models of quantum chemistry. It is intended for graduate students in mathematics (and possibly also for scientists from physics or chemistry interested in understanding the formal underpinnings of their models), and introduces techniques and methods from several mathematical fields, in particular variational techniques, nonlinear analysis, spectral theory and partial differential equations theory." (Gabriel Stoltz, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2009 d)
"The reviewing book … presents the mathematical foundations of quantum chemistry. … To summarize, this book is actually a rather broad reflection of the current state of mathematical art of quantum chemistry that deserves to be studied by the readers interested in the mathematical grounds of quantum chemistry and their direct applications in the research." (Eugene Kryachko, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1167, 2009)