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New Possibilities of Harmonic Oscillator Basis Application for Quantum System Description. Two Particles with Coulomb Interaction

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This paper is addressed to the problem of Galilei invariant basis construction for identical fermions systems. The recently introduced method for spurious state elimination from expansions in harmonic oscillator basis [1] is adopted and applied to bound states of two particles system with Coulomb potential description. Traditional expansions in this case demonstrate the extremely well-known slow convergence, and hence this is the best problem with known exact solutions for the test of the method. Obtained results demonstrate the significant simplification of the problem and fast convergence of expansions. We show that the application of this general method is very efficient in a test case of the energy spectrum calculation problem of two particles with different masses interacting with Coulomb potential.

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Deveikis, A. and Kamuntavičius, G. (2015) New Possibilities of Harmonic Oscillator Basis Application for Quantum System Description. Two Particles with Coulomb Interaction. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 403-413. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.64044.

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