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Usually a two body nuclear problem is exactly solvable through quantum mechanics e.g. the deuteron nucleus having two particles a neutron and proton. As one goes over to three particle systems, say a triton or a neutron described as composed of three quarks, the equations get coupled. Is there a simple way out to get to calculate the ground state of three particle systems?

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