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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Can anyone give me a really simple example on how to use the eqn above to solve it? The eqn is the modified schrodinger eqn that takes into account relativity.

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Can anyone give me a really simple example on how to use the eqn above to solve it? The eqn is the modified schrodinger eqn that takes into account relativity.

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I think its best to get that sorted out first.

Thanks

Bill

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