The Methods of Solving the Few-Body Problem in Quantum Mechanics
Solution of the problem of few-body scattering in quantum mechanics is known to consist in determination of the total set of eigenfunctions of the energy operator H. It follows in this case from the scattering theory that such functions should be the solution of the corresponding stationary Schrödinger equation satisfying all asymptotic conditions on infinity for the examined problem.
KeywordsGreen Function Energy Integration Energy Redistribution Independent Subsystem Quantum Scattering Theory
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