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Path Integral Solutions of PT-/Non-PT-Symmetric and Non-Hermitian Morse Potentials
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2009-02-01
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KANDIRMAZ, NALAN
Sever, Ramazan
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Path integral solutions are obtained for the PT-/non-PT-symmetric and non-Hermitian Morse potentials. Energy eigenvalues and the corresponding wave functions are obtained.
Subject Keywords
Spectra
,
Oscillator
,
Eigenvalues
,
Hamiltonians
,
Complex
,
Real
,
Kepler motion
,
Coherent states
,
Quantum-mechanics
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62654
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CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
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N. KANDIRMAZ and R. Sever, “Path Integral Solutions of PT-/Non-PT-Symmetric and Non-Hermitian Morse Potentials,”
CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
, pp. 46–54, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62654.