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Computer Study of the Proton-Electron-Positron System by a Variational Method

  • P. U. Arifov
  • V. M. Mal’yan

Abstract

The variational method [1] of studying many-particle systems lies in minimizing the energy functional
$$E = \frac{{\int {\psi *\mathop H\limits^\Lambda \psi d\tau } }} {{\int {\left| \psi \right|^2 d\tau } }} = \min $$
(1)
by means of an appropriately-constructed test (trial) function (based on physical and other considerations), constituting a certain approximation to the true eigenfunction of the ground state of the system; the resultant minimum energy Emin gives the upper limit to the eigenvalue of the energy of this state.

Keywords

Helium Atom Trial Function Computer Study Positron Retardation Angular Correlation Function 
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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1971

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  • P. U. Arifov
  • V. M. Mal’yan

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