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In this paper1 the authors cite the HVZ theorem2 saying that it follows from the method used by M. Reed & B. Simon without modifications; I don't really understand this point. Is there anyone who have tried to prove it?

1. Mogilner, A. I.; Shermatov, M. H., Binding of two fermions with a third different particle by a point interaction, Physics Letters A, Volume 149, Issue 7-8, 1990, p. 398-400.

2. (named after W. Hunziker, C. van Winter und G.M. Zhislin)

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The article is behind a paywall. Please provide an arxiv-like link so that we can access to the paper. – DaniH Apr 6 '13 at 11:38
I post this comment as an answer because I don't succed in posting it as a comment. I have a copy of the article founded in a library; I didn't succed in finding it online. – user22843 Apr 6 '13 at 13:57
Maybe you should try to explain the problem as it appears in the paper in your own words, and explain what you understand, and what you don't. – Norbert Schuch Apr 6 '13 at 14:23

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