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2018-03-20

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A. D. Alhaidari, T. J. Taiwo

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.Using the Tridiagonal Representation Approach (TRA), we obtain solutions (energy spectrum and corresponding wavefunctions) for a four-parameter potential box with inverse square singularity at the boundaries. It could be utilized in physical applications to replace the widely used one-parameter infinite square potential well (ISPW). The four parameters of the potential provide an added flexibility over the one-parameter ISPW to control the physical features of the system. The two potential parameters that give the singularity strength at the boundaries are naturally constrained to avoid the inherent quantum anomalies associated with the inverse square potential. More... »

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