Ionization of a molecule...
Here are two clarifications for the sloppy wording
in my previous post:
a) The asymptotic limit of
the one-electron potential (defined as
del^2 sqrt(rho)/2 * sqrt(rho)) is related
to the 1st ionization potential of
a molecule not the IP of an electron.
b) "Barrier to removal of an electron" should be changed to
"the force an electron is subjected
to locally in a molecule". One-electron potential is
the quantum potential and its gradient measures the
quantum mechanical force on an electron.