Zur Theorie der Schrödingerschen Gleichung

@article{MandelstamZurTD,
  title={Zur Theorie der Schr{\"o}dingerschen Gleichung},
  author={L. Mandelstam and Miranda Leontowitsch},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik},
  volume={47},
  pages={131-136}
}
ZusammenfassungEs wird die physikalische Bedeutung der Frage nach dem Verlauf von V(x) im „Unendlichen“ besprochen. Sodann wird an einem Beispiel gezeigt, daß ein und dieselbe Schrödingersche Gleichung unter Umständen mehr als ein physikalisches Problem umfaßt. Es wird schließlich untersucht, inwieweit in diesem Falle aus dem Verhalten der Eigenfunktionen auf die Quantelungsverhältnisse geschlossen werden kann. 
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