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On the factorization method in quantum mechanics

Rosas-Ortiz, J. Oscar;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 1998
Abstract
New exactly solvable problems have already been studied by using a modification of the factorization method introduced by Mielnik. We review this method and its connection with the traditional factorization method. The survey includes the discussion on a generalization of the factorization energies used in the traditional Infeld and Hull method.
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