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Asymptotic iteration method for the modified Pöschl–Teller potential and trigonometric Scarf II non-central potential in the Dirac equation spin symmetry

Research paper by BETA NUR PRATIWI, A SUPARMI; C CARI; ANDRI SOFYAN HUSEIN

Indexed on: 19 Jan '17Published on: 04 Jan '17Published in: Pramana



Abstract

Analytical solution of the Dirac equation for the modified Pöschl–Teller potential and trigonometric Scarf II non-central potential for spin symmetry is studied using asymptotic iteration method. One-dimensional Dirac equation consisting of the radial and angular parts can be obtained by the separation of variables. By using asymptotic iteration method, the relativistic energy equation and orbital quantum number (l) equation can be obtained, where both are interrelated. Relativistic energy equation is calculated numerically by the Matlab software. The increase in the radial quantum number n r causes a decrease in the energy value, and the wave functions of the radial and the angular parts are expressed in terms of hypergeometric functions. Some thermodynamical properties of the system can be determined by reducing the relativistic energy equation to the non-relativistic energy equation. Thermodynamical properties such as vibrational partition function, vibrational specific heat function and vibrational mean energy function are expressed in terms of error function. Analytical solution of the Dirac equation for the modified Pöschl–Teller potential and trigonometric Scarf II non-central potential for spin symmetry is studied using asymptotic iteration method. One-dimensional Dirac equation consisting of the radial and angular parts can be obtained by the separation of variables. By using asymptotic iteration method, the relativistic energy equation and orbital quantum number (l) equation can be obtained, where both are interrelated. Relativistic energy equation is calculated numerically by the Matlab software. The increase in the radial quantum number n r causes a decrease in the energy value, and the wave functions of the radial and the angular parts are expressed in terms of hypergeometric functions. Some thermodynamical properties of the system can be determined by reducing the relativistic energy equation to the non-relativistic energy equation. Thermodynamical properties such as vibrational partition function, vibrational specific heat function and vibrational mean energy function are expressed in terms of error function.lnr