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40) with the set of single-particle excitation ing the C i;j;k and deexcitation operators: n o " ^ T2 2 a y ; a i ; a y a y a k þ a i a j a y C i i j k ð45Þ The generalized T"2 matrix is contained in Erdahl’s original theoretical treatment of these conditions , although the recent applications to atoms and molecules [27, 34] employ either T2 or T~ 2. The condition T"2 ! 0 implies both T2 ! 0 and T~ 2 ! 0 as well as any other conditions from different orderings of the secondquantized operators.
Coleman and R. M. ), Queen’s Press, Kingston, Ontario, 1969, p. 82. 11. M. Rosina, The characterization of collective states by means of density matrices, in Report of the Density Matrix Seminar (A. J. Coleman and R. M. ), Queen’s Press, Kingston, Ontario, 1969, p. 89. 12. C. Garrod and M. Rosina, The nonnegativity of the G-matrix and saturation, in Report of the Density Matrix Seminar (A. J. Coleman and R. M. ), Queen’s Press, Kingston, Ontario, 1969, p. 76. 13. R. M. Erdahl and M. Rosina, The B-condition is implied by the G-condition, in Reduced Density Operators with Applications to Physical and Chemical Systems—II (R.