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DATE

1985-12

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E. Papp

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Quasi-classical evaluations for the ground-state energies of the Dirac Hamiltonian with equally mixed vectorial and scalar attractive power potentialsVs(r) = Vv(r) = Vn(r) have been established. Such calculations proceed forn⩽⩽2, whereVn(r) = Cn/rn andnCn < 0. The present evaluations reproduce exactly the actual Coulomb results insofar as the underlying phase-space quantum equals unity. It turns out that the onset of the scalar potentials enhance the validity degrees characterizing the stability behaviour of the Dirac Hamiltonian with vectorial power potentials. More... »

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433-436

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