I got an idea today , what different thing will we get if we applied the Klein-Gordon Equations to The Simple harmonic oscillator?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

then take it to the hydrogen atome and see how much corrections will we get??

wouldn't we get more precise results?or it just can't be done?did someone already did this work or what?

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# Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

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