Quantum Mechanical Treatment of the Lamb Shift Without Taken into Account the Electric Charge
We present the calculus of the Lamb shift by using an equivalent expression for the Coulomb interaction energy, on the form αℏc ∕ R, where α is the fine structure constant. This expression was found by using a new Hamiltonian of interaction between fermions. The obtained results are in good agreement with experimental data. The calculus was fulfilled in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional spaces.
KeywordsInteraction Energy Flux Line Lamb Shift Equivalent Expression Radial Wave Function
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