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J.P. Perdew, A. Ruzsinszky, L.A. Constantin, J. Sun, and G.I. Csonka, "Some Fundamental Issues in Ground-State Density Functional Theory: A Guide for the Perplexed," Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 5, 902-908 (2009). (Invited article for the John P. Perdew special issue).
J.P. Perdew, A. Ruzsinszky, G.I. Csonka, L.A. Constantin, and J. Sun, "Workhorse Semilocal Density Functional for Condensed Matter Physics and Quantum Chemistry," Physical Review Letters 103, 026403 (2009); ibid. 106, 179902 (2011) (E).
J. Sun, J.P. Perdew, and M. Seidl, Correlation Energy of the Uniform Electron Gas, from an Interpolation Between High- and Low-Density Limits, Physical Review B 81, 085123-8 (2010).
L.A. Constantin, J.C. Snyder, J.P. Perdew, and K. Burke, Ionization Potentials in the Limit of Large Atomic Number, Journal of Chemical Physics 133, 241103-4 (2010) (Communications).
J. Sun, M. Marsman, A. Ruzsinszky, G. Kresse, and J.P. Perdew, Improved Lattice Constants, Surface Energies, and CO Desorption Energies from a Semilocal Density Functional, Physical Review B 83, 121410-4 (Rapid Communications) (2011).
J. Tao, J.P. Perdew, and A. Ruzsinszky, Accurate van der Waals Coefficients from Density Functional Theory, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 109, 18-21 (2012).
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