Anharmonic solution of Schrödinger time-independent equation
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We present here a mathematical explanation of how the Schrödinger equation for a class of harmonic oscillators possesses exact solutions. Some of the extended potentials used here are not present in the literature.
Keywords.Anharmonic solutions; Yukawa potential.
PACS Nos03.65.Ge; 33.10.Cs
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