Davydov Ansatz and Proper Solutions of Schrödinger Equation for Fröhlich Hamiltonian
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Theory of Davydov solitons in molecular systems is rather well established nowadays1, but certain problems dealing with the quantum-mechanical foundations of the theory still remain, especially those concerning the applicability of various equations of motion, both quantum and classical.
KeywordsTrial Function Schrodinger Equation Proper Solution Heisenberg Equation Quantum Soliton
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