A neutral spinning particle in interaction with a magnetic field and Poschl–Teller potential
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The problem of a neutral spinning particle in interaction with a linear increasing rotating magnetic field and a Poschl–Teller potential is considered via path integrals. The calculations are carried out explicitly using an external current source. The problem is then reduced to that of a spinning forced Poschl–Teller oscillator whose spin is coupled to external derivative current sources. The result of the propagator is given as a series. The relative propagator of this forced oscillator is converted to that of an angular momentum via an extension of the dimension. Next, the series is exactly summed by means of a Laplace transformation and the orthonormalization relation of the eigenfunctions of the angular momentum.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Angular Momentum Current Source Path Integral Laplace Transformation
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