Anomalous bootstrap on the half-line

@article{Berenstein2022AnomalousBO,
  title={Anomalous bootstrap on the half-line},
  author={David Berenstein and George Hulsey},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2022}
}
We study carefully the problem of the bootstrap on the half line. We show why one needs the full set of constraints derived from the Stieltjes theorem on the moment problem by reexamining previous results on the hydrogen atom. We also study the hydrogen atom at continuous angular momentum. We show that the constraints on the moment problem alone do not fix the boundary conditions in all cases and at least one of the positive matrices needs to be slightly enlarged to remove unphysical branches… 

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