Weakly Bound Systems in Electric and Magnetic Fields
In this chapter we shall consider the motion of an electrically charged particle in a combined field of a ZRP and an electric or magnetic field. In contrast to the approach used in Chapter 3, the external (electric or magnetic) field is not assumed here to be weak so that perturbation theory will not be used. This allows the inclusion of some new and interesting phenomena which could not be treated within the perturbational framework. The results derived in this chapter will be applicable to weakly bound systems such as negative ions or analogous systems in solids.
KeywordsMagnetic Field External Magnetic Field Coulomb Potential Airy Function Finite Range
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