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Quantum description of an atom with an induced electric dipole moment under the effects of rotation and a linear potential

  • A. B. Oliveira
  • K. Bakke
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Abstract.

A quantum description of a neutral particle (atom or molecule) with an induced electric dipole moment in a region with an effective magnetic field under the effects of rotation and a linear scalar potential is discussed. It is shown that analytical solutions to the Schrödinger equation can be achieved. Besides, it is shown that the degeneracy of the Landau-type levels is broken and there exists a restriction on the possible values of the cyclotron frequency associated with the Landau-type system.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Departamento de FísicaUniversidade Federal da ParaíbaJoão Pessoa-PBBrazil

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