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Delta-like singularity in the Reduction of the Laplace Equation for Spherical Coordinates and the Validity of Radial Schrodinger Equation

@article{AKhelashvili2010DeltalikeSI,
  title={Delta-like singularity in the Reduction of the Laplace Equation for Spherical Coordinates and the Validity of Radial Schrodinger Equation},
  author={Anzor A.Khelashvili and Teimuraz P. Nadareishvili},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2010}
}
By careful exploration of separation of variables into the Laplacian in spherical coordinates, we obtain the extra delta-like singularity, elimination of which restricts the radial wave function at the origin. This constraint has the form of boundary condition for the radial Schrodinger equation. 

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