Scattering amplitudes for supersymmetric shape-invariant potentials by operator methods

  title={Scattering amplitudes for supersymmetric shape-invariant potentials by operator methods},
  author={Avinash Khare and Uday P. Sukhatme},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
The scattering amplitudes for all currently known supersymmetric shape-invariant potentials are calculated by analytically continuing the explicit wavefunctions obtained via supersymmetric operator techniques. The procedure is illustrated in detail for the superpotential W(x)=A tanh alpha x+B sech alpha x, for which the S matrix has not been previously calculated. 
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