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Pariser and Parr 3~,~0) proposed an a m e n d m e n t to the ~ electron theory which was justified on somewhat similar lines. Here, we are concerned only with one aspect of the Pariser-Parr theory, namely the reduction of the Coulomb repulsion energies of electrons. In order to reproduce the spectra of ~ electron systems, one is forced (among other factors) to reduce the 'one-center electron repulsion integrals' of the carbon atom ~'1~ to about 10 eV, whereas the theoretical value calculated b y taking for the orbital ~ a Slater ~p~ orbital is 17 eV.