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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 61, Issue 3, pp 540–547 | Cite as

Solution of Partial Quasipotential Equations in the Relativistic Configuration Representation

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Within the framework of the quasipotential approach, some variants of the interaction of two relativistic spinless particles are considered in the relativistic configuration representation. Numerical solutions of the problem of bound states and scattering states of two-particle systems with zero and nonzero orbital angular momentum are presented. The coupling between resonance and bound states is investigated. A comparison of the results with the nonrelativistic case is provided.

Keywords

Logunov–Tavkhelidze (Blankenbecler–Sugar) equation Gross equation Kadyshevsky equation relativistic configuration representation partial Green’s functions resonances 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Francisk Gorina Gomel State UniversityGomelRepublic of Belarus

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