vmercel
 
Reply Mon 4 Feb, 2013 05:16 am
while solving the schrodinger wave equation in quantum mechanics, the following differential equation arises

(d^2/dx^2) ψ + (1/x) (d/dx )ψ + (a/x)ψ + (b/x^2)ψ + cψ = 0

Please any leads on how to solve this equation will be highly appreciated.
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Reply Tue 3 Sep, 2013 05:13 am
@vmercel,
Are you sure you don't have a typo somewhere?
Where does the term with the 1st spatial derivative (d/dx )ψ come from?
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Reply Tue 3 Sep, 2013 06:15 am
@0bserver,
Right--I believe it should be time dependant.

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