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The moments of a molecular system change in the presence of a field. This change is obtained by integration and for the effect of P(*)'itis In a like manner, polarizabilities are induced via higher polarizabilities; for example, PI",)darises, in part, from P @ +' ) - V . ) are obviously convenient when finding electrical properties by ab initio calculations. u. u. u. of energy) [lo]. The set of integers n, m, k, . . are the orders of dependence of the moments. For instance, for the dipole4ipoleequadrupole hyperpolarizability, n = 2 for the dipole dependence and m = 1 for the quadrupole dependence; the other integers are zero.
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