Relativistic Study of the Spinless Salpeter Equation with a Modified Hylleraas Potential
Keywords:Schr¨odinger wave equation, modified Hylleraas potential, spinless Salpeter equation, Nikiforov–Uvarov method, potential barrier
We have solved the Spinless Salpeter Equation (SSE) with a modified Hylleraas potential within the Nikiforov–Uvarov method. The energy eigenvalues and the corresponding wave functions for this system expressed in terms of the Jacobi polynomial are obtained. With the help of an approximation scheme, the potential barrier has been evaluated. The results obtained can be applied in nuclear physics, chemical physics, atomic physics, molecular chemistry, and other related areas, for example, can be used to study the binding energy and interaction of some diatomic molecules. By adjusting some potential parameters, our potential reduces to the Rosen–Morse and Hulthen potentials. We have present also the numerical data on the energy spectra for this system.
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