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Hello!

I am currently stuck with a time independent Schrodinger equation where the potential "V(x)" is hyperbolic in nature. I was wondering if any one could give me a hint as to how I should approach this problem in order to get an analytical solution (without using numerical techniques).

2. Relevant equations

The equation is of the form,

d²/dx²(Ѱ) + 2m/ħ²{E + δp²/x(p-x)}(Ѱ) = 0

where the voltage V(x) = -{δp²/x(p-x)}

3. The attempt at a solution

Thank you!

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# Homework Help: Solving a time independent Schrodinger equation

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