Algebraic treatments of the problems of the spin-1/2 particles in the one- and two-dimensional geometry: A systematic study

@article{Koc2005AlgebraicTO,
  title={Algebraic treatments of the problems of the spin-1/2 particles in the one- and two-dimensional geometry: A systematic study},
  author={Ramazan Koc and Hayriye Tutunculer and Mehmet Koca and Eser Olğar},
  journal={Annals of Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={319},
  pages={333-347}
}
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