We consider here some simple examples of Bargmann potentials. These are, in general, potentials for which the Jost function is a rational function of k. In fact, in the third section of chapter IV we studied an even more general case consisting of an initial arbitrary potential for which everything is known, and an increment which has the effect of multiplying the initial Jost function by a rational function of k.
KeywordsEffective Range Singular Potential Tensor Force Asymptotic Tail Pade Approximant
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