Radial schrodinger and shooting method (1 Viewer)

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Hello,

I am to write a program using "shooting method"
to solve schrodinger radial equation with Coulomb potential.
I've already written the code but it doesn't work well.
I will be very thankful if someone would be so kind as to take
a look at my code(I can send it by e-mail) or give me some
advices what can be wrong.

To make everything clear :

I assume h=1, m=1

program finds function K(r) and then
R(r)(which is solution of schr. radial eq.) from the formula:
R(r) = K(r)/r

boundary conditions for K(r):
- close to zero K(r) behaves as r^(l+1)
- when values run to infinity the aproximation is : exp(-r*sqrt(-2*E))
and E is energy

I've implemented numerov algorithm and zero search method -
I've tried out this implementation for 1D schr. equation with some
potential (example taken from book "An introduction to
computational physics" Tao pang) and it seems to work well.

best regards
Lukasz
 

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