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JMP> Vol.6 No.11, September 2015
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Interaction of Dot Clasters

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Alexander Chikhachev

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All-Russian Electrotechnical Institute, Moscow, Russia.

ABSTRACT

Models of the pointed interactions approximately describing real interactions of nuclear particles in quantum mechanics are considered. The concept of “a dot cluster”—a complex of charges which at the zero size create possibility of localization of a trial particle in the field of the final size is entered. States in one-dimensional systems, and also in three-dimensional systems with “a local isotropy” are studied. The conditions of dot systems characterized by the nonzero, including fractional, orbital moment were studied.

KEYWORDS

Shrödinger’s Equation, Dot Potential, Dot Claster

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Chikhachev, A. (2015) Interaction of Dot Clasters. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1642-1646. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.611165.

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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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