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C. Cari – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • The solution of 4-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Scarf potential and its Partner potential constructed By SUSY QM
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017
    Co-Authors: Wahyulianti, A. Suparmi, C. Cari

    Abstract:

    The Angular Part of 4-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Scarf potential was solved by using the Nikiforov-Uvarov method and Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanic method. The determination of the ground state wave function has been used Nikiforov-Uvarov method and by applying the parametric generalization of the hypergeometric type equation. By using manipulation of the properties and operators of the Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanic method the Partner potential was constructed. The ground state wave functions of original Scarf potential is different than the ground state wave functions of the construction result potential.

  • Solution of Five-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Kratzer’s potential and trigonometric tangent squared potential with asymptotic iteration method (AIM)
    Journal of Physics: Theories and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Agung Budi Prakoso, A. Suparmi, C. Cari

    Abstract:

    Non-relativistic bound-energy of diatomic molecules determined by non-central potentials in five dimensional solution using AIM. Potential in five dimensional space consist of Kratzer’s potential for radial Part and Tangent squared potential for Angular Part. By varying n r , n 1 , n 2 , n 3 , dan n 4 quantum number on CO, NO, dan I 2 diatomic molecules affect bounding energy values. It knows from its numerical data.

  • Solution of Dirac equation for modified Poschl Teller plus trigonometric Scarf potential using Romanovsky polynomials method
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2016
    Co-Authors: I. Prastyaningrum, C. Cari, A. Suparmi

    Abstract:

    The approximation analytical solution of Dirac equation for Modified Poschl Teller plus Trigonometric Scarf Potential are investigated numerically in terms of finite Romanovsky Polynomial. The combination of two potentials are substituted into Dirac Equation then the variables are separated into radial and Angular Parts. The Dirac equation is solved by using Romanovsky Polynomial Method. The equation that can reduce from the second order of differential equation into the differential equation of hypergeometry type by substituted variable method. The energy spectrum is numerically solved using Matlab 2011. Where the increase in the radial quantum number nr and variable of modified Poschl Teller Potential causes the energy to decrease. The radial and the Angular Part of the wave function also visualized with Matlab 2011. The results show, by the disturbance of a combination between this potential can change the wave function of the radial and Angular Part.

A. Suparmi – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • The solution of 4-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Scarf potential and its Partner potential constructed By SUSY QM
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017
    Co-Authors: Wahyulianti, A. Suparmi, C. Cari

    Abstract:

    The Angular Part of 4-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Scarf potential was solved by using the Nikiforov-Uvarov method and Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanic method. The determination of the ground state wave function has been used Nikiforov-Uvarov method and by applying the parametric generalization of the hypergeometric type equation. By using manipulation of the properties and operators of the Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanic method the Partner potential was constructed. The ground state wave functions of original Scarf potential is different than the ground state wave functions of the construction result potential.

  • Solution of Five-dimensional Schrodinger equation for Kratzer’s potential and trigonometric tangent squared potential with asymptotic iteration method (AIM)
    Journal of Physics: Theories and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Agung Budi Prakoso, A. Suparmi, C. Cari

    Abstract:

    Non-relativistic bound-energy of diatomic molecules determined by non-central potentials in five dimensional solution using AIM. Potential in five dimensional space consist of Kratzer’s potential for radial Part and Tangent squared potential for Angular Part. By varying n r , n 1 , n 2 , n 3 , dan n 4 quantum number on CO, NO, dan I 2 diatomic molecules affect bounding energy values. It knows from its numerical data.

  • Solution of Dirac equation for modified Poschl Teller plus trigonometric Scarf potential using Romanovsky polynomials method
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2016
    Co-Authors: I. Prastyaningrum, C. Cari, A. Suparmi

    Abstract:

    The approximation analytical solution of Dirac equation for Modified Poschl Teller plus Trigonometric Scarf Potential are investigated numerically in terms of finite Romanovsky Polynomial. The combination of two potentials are substituted into Dirac Equation then the variables are separated into radial and Angular Parts. The Dirac equation is solved by using Romanovsky Polynomial Method. The equation that can reduce from the second order of differential equation into the differential equation of hypergeometry type by substituted variable method. The energy spectrum is numerically solved using Matlab 2011. Where the increase in the radial quantum number nr and variable of modified Poschl Teller Potential causes the energy to decrease. The radial and the Angular Part of the wave function also visualized with Matlab 2011. The results show, by the disturbance of a combination between this potential can change the wave function of the radial and Angular Part.

D. Yafaev – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Radiation conditions and scattering theory forN-Particle Hamiltonians
    Communications in Mathematical Physics, 1993
    Co-Authors: D. Yafaev

    Abstract:

    The correct form of the Angular Part of radiation conditions is found in scattering problem for N –Particle quantum systems. The estimates obtained allow us to give an elementary proof of asymptotic completeness for such systems in the framework of the theory of smooth perturbations.

  • Radiation conditions and scattering theory for $N$-Particle Hamiltonians
    Communications in Mathematical Physics, 1993
    Co-Authors: D. Yafaev

    Abstract:

    The correct form of the Angular Part of radiation conditions is found in scattering problem forN-Particle quantum systems. The estimates obtained allow us to give an elementary proof of asymptotic completeness for such systems in the framework of the theory of smooth perturbations.