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 May 22 awarded Popular Question Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer May 15 awarded Notable Question Jul 12 awarded Popular Question May 19 awarded Supporter Aug 4 awarded Nice Question Aug 4 comment Where the angular momentum has gone? This was asked by one of my friends, so I do not really know.. Aug 3 asked Where the angular momentum has gone? Mar 18 comment How to solve this Schrödinger equation? @David Zaslavsky♦: Do you accept private email on such questions? I think I need someone's help in such question as my professor is not very understandable. Mar 18 comment How to solve this Schrödinger equation? I found out that I need to make the part $rr_{0}$ to be like $B\frac{e^{-\sqrt{k}r})}{r}$ to be 0 at $\infty$. However matching up the two as well as their derivative and assuming $E=0$ the result is $E=V_{0}=0$, I feel quite bad. Mar 18 accepted How to solve this Schrödinger equation? Mar 18 accepted What is the possible potential? Mar 18 comment What is the possible potential? Hi, so the hint is if $\Phi(r,\theta,\phi)$ is an eigenfunction of $L_{z}$, then $V(r,\theta,\phi)$ is also an eigenfunction of $L_{z}$? Is this necessarily true? Mar 18 awarded Editor Mar 18 revised What is the possible potential? edited title Mar 18 comment How to solve this Schrödinger equation? @David Zaslavsky♦: The problem for some unknown reason asked me to find $V_{0}$, my computation use wolfram alpha showed it to be 0, which sounds very unlikely because the problem said it can be measured in MeV. Mar 18 asked What is the possible potential? Mar 18 comment How to solve this Schrödinger equation? I think there is something very wrong in my computation as my result turned out to be 0. Mar 18 comment How to solve this Schrödinger equation? @David Zaslavsky♦:hi, can you give me some hint how to find $V_{0}$? I found I am stuck again... Mar 17 awarded Scholar