@InBook{RecentProgressOrbitalfreeDensityFunctTheory(RecentAdvComputChemVol6)_6_275,
author = {T.A. Wesolowski and A. Savin},
title = {{Non-additive kinetic energy and potential in analytically solvable systems and their approximated counterparts}},
booktitle= {Recent Progress in Orbital-free Density Functional Theory (Recent Advances in Computational Chemistry Vol. 6)},
editor = {T.A. Wesolowski and Y.A. Wang Eds., World Scientific},
publisher= {T.A. Wesolowski and Y.A. Wang Eds., World Scientific},
address = {},
volume= {6},
pages = {275-295},
url = {http://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/9789814436731_0009},
eprint= {http://www.unige.ch/sciences/chifi/publis/refs_pdf/ref01354.pdf},
doi= {10.1142/9789814436731_0009},
abstract = {{The one-electron equation for orbitals embedded in frozen electron density (Eqs. 20-21 in [Wesolowski and Warshel, {\em J. Phys. Chem}, 97 (1993) 8050]) in its exact and approximated version is solved for an analytically solvable model system. The system is used to discuss the role of the embedding potential in preventing the collapse of a variationally obtained electron density onto the nucleus in the case when the frozen density is chosen to be that of the innermost shell. The approximated potential obtained from the second-order gradient expansion for the kinetic energy prevents such a collapse almost perfectly but this results from partial compensation of flaws of its components. It is also shown that that the quality of a semi-local approximation to the kinetic-energy functional, a quantity needed in orbital-free methods, is not related to the quality of the non-additive kinetic energy potential - a key component of the effective embedding potential in one-electron equations for embedded orbitals.}},
year = {2013}
}