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TMF, 1977, Volume 32, Number 1, Pages 120–126 (Mi tmf3142)  

Relativistic particle bound by short-range forces in an electric field

N. F. Pereliman


Abstract: Solution of the Dirac equation for a particle bound by forces with zero radius of action in the electric field is found. The polarizability and decay probability of a bound state for both particle and antiparticle are obtained. In nonrelativistic case the formulas obtained coincide with those obtained in the work by Demkov and Drukarev [1].

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1977, 32:1, 636–641

Received: 27.07.1976

Citation: N. F. Pereliman, “Relativistic particle bound by short-range forces in an electric field”, TMF, 32:1 (1977), 120–126; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 32:1 (1977), 636–641

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