The Pauli exclusion principle and the foundations of chemistry

Synthese 69 (3):267 - 272 (1986)
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Despite its importance to Chemistry, the Pauli Exclusion Principle appears as a rather ad hoc addition to quantum mechanics. In this paper a description of its origin is given together with a critical discussion of its use and significance in Chemistry and Quantum Physics.
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