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I'm trying to solve some old exam exercises to prepare for my qm exam next week.

Now I got a question I dont have any idea how to solve it. I hope somebody can help me:

"The radial Schrödinger equation in the case of a 3D spherical symmetric potential V(r) can be written in the form

-h^2/(2*m) * d^2u/dr^2 + [V(r) + (l*(l+1) / r^2)]*u = E*u

where u(r) = r*R(r). If V is attractive and vanishes exponentially at infinity, how does u(r) behave asymptotically for bound states?"

Thanks for helping!

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# Homework Help: Schrödinger eq. with 3D spherical potential

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