The Lambshift for Resonances: Complex Dilations and Coupling Constant Thresholds in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 144)
The Method of Complex Dilations can be generalized to relativistic quantum mechanics, which might enable one to calculate ‘Lambshift’ for a resonance-’state’ (of a supercritical atom, e.g.) as follows1.
KeywordsQuantum Theory Relativistic Quantum Continuous Spectrum Fundamental Aspect Finite Range
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