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hello i would like to open this post to recommend the english journal "Journal of Physics:A General mathematics", they have published my article in spite of me being a non-english speaker,they accept paper in .doc (Microsoft Word) format, when i give me the web address for my article i will put it in the forum...in fct is about RH i find an operator

[tex]H=cD^{2}+V(x) [/tex] so all its eigenvalues are the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] where the potential can be written to first order in the form:

[tex]V(x)=\int_{-\infty}^{\infty}dnR(n,x)\delta{E(n)}[/tex]

with E_n the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] so the potential will depend also on a,for a different from 1/2 we have complex energies in the form [tex]E*_{n}+(2a-1)i[/tex] so the potential is complex and a complex potential can not have real roots then necessarily all the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] have real part a=1/2

[tex]H=cD^{2}+V(x) [/tex] so all its eigenvalues are the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] where the potential can be written to first order in the form:

[tex]V(x)=\int_{-\infty}^{\infty}dnR(n,x)\delta{E(n)}[/tex]

with E_n the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] so the potential will depend also on a,for a different from 1/2 we have complex energies in the form [tex]E*_{n}+(2a-1)i[/tex] so the potential is complex and a complex potential can not have real roots then necessarily all the roots of [tex]\zeta(a+is)[/tex] have real part a=1/2

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