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Manuscript Title: Algebraic and numerical manipulation of the even-power-series central
potentials by means of the hypervirial theorems technique. | ||

Authors: Th.E. Liolios, M.E. Grypeos | ||

Program title: HVTDER-HVTPAS | ||

Catalogue identifier: ADGB_v1_0Distribution format: gz | ||

Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 105(1997)254 | ||

Programming language: Derive, Pascal. | ||

Computer: IBM PC/AT. | ||

RAM: 640K words | ||

Word size: 16 | ||

Keywords: Hypervirial, Algebraic solution of Schroedinger eigenvalue problem, Binding energies, Expectation values, Differential equations, Nuclear physics, Theoretical methods, General purpose. | ||

Classification: 4.3, 17.16. | ||

Nature of problem:Algebraic and numerical calculation of the energy eigenvalues Enl of the 3D Schroedinger equation as well as of the expectation values <V>nl, <T>nl, <r**N>nl for the class of central potentials V(r) = -D + Sigma (Vk b**k r**(2k+2)) k=0 to infinity | ||

Solution method:A combination of the Quantum Mechanical Hypervirial theorems and the Hellman-Feynman theorem. | ||

Restrictions:The central potential V(r) must be harmonic at short distances. | ||

Running time:5s for HVTDER and 1s for HVTPAS. |

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