Hi all. Does anyone know where to find a good elegant mathematical
treatment of the quantum hydrogen atom? The bound states are, of
course, treated in every textbook, but they usually don't address the
unbound states. I tried to tackle it myself as an exercise, but I am
having trouble finding the right normalization of the continuous
spectrum of unbound energy states. Is there a good reference for this?
Hi all. Does anyone know where to find a good elegant mathematical
treatment of the quantum hydrogen atom? The bound states are, of
course, treated in every textbook, but they usually don't address the
unbound states. I tried to tackle it myself as an exercise, but I am
having trouble finding the right normalization of the continuous
spectrum of unbound energy states. Is there a good reference for this?
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