I have an exact solution to the Klein-Gordon equation with linear potential. But I am only an amateur physics enthusiast with no incentive (or time) to do anything with it, nor familiarity enough with the physics to know if it is interesting and, if so, interesting to whom. It has been sitting on my desk for a couple of years now.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It is a quite simple solution but not given in terms of energy eigenstates. It is the relativistic analog to a very simple solution of the linear potential Schrodinger case--which itself is so simple you could write it on the palm of your hand, but which appears to be generally unknown since it also is not in terms of energy eigenstates and so (I presume) not useful.

If you are interested in having it to further develop it into a paper or incorporate it into your research, let me know.

If you are reading this any time after a week of posting this, send me a PM since I probably won't see replies to the discussion thread.

Todd

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# Klein-Gordon linear potential solution

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