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Riccardo Marinelli

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- Homework Statement:
- Find eigenfunctions of Schrödinger equation with Yukawa potential

- Relevant Equations:
- $$V(r)=-\frac{1}{r}\exp{-\frac{r}{r_0}}$$

Hello, I was going to solve with a calculator the eigenvalues problem of the Schrödinger equation with Yukawa potential and I was thinking that the boundary conditions on the eigenfunctions could be the same as in the case of Coulomb potential because for r -> 0 the exponential term goes to 1, am I right or have I to be more careful?

In the case I'm wrong do you know some articles or books where I can find some information about these conditions?

In the case I'm wrong do you know some articles or books where I can find some information about these conditions?

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