A theoretical study of the modified equal scalar and vector Manning-Rosen potential within the deformed Klein-Gordon and Schrödinger in RNCQM and NRNCQM symmetries
Keywords:Klein-Gordon equation, Schrödinger equation, Manning-Rosen potential, the diatomic molecules, Noncommutative geometry, Bopp's shift method and star products.
In this research work, within the framework of relativistic and nonrelativistic noncommutative quantum mechanics, the deformed Klein–Gordon and Schrödinger equations were solved with the modified equal vector scalar Manning-Rosen potential that has been of signiﬁcance interest in recent years using Bopp's shift method and standard perturbation theory in the first-order in the noncommutativity parameters in 3-dimensions noncommutative quantum mechanics. By employing the improved approximation of the centrifugal term, the relativistic and nonrelativistic bound state energies were obtained for some diatomic molecules such as (HCl, CH, LiH, CO, NO, O2, I2, N2, H2, and Ar2). The obtained energy eigenvalues appear as a function of the generalized Gamma function, the parameters of noncommutativity, and the parameters of studied potential, in addition to the atomic quantum numbers . In both relativistic and nonrelativistic problems, we show that the corrections on the spectrum energy are smaller than the main energy in the ordinary cases of RQM and NRQM. A straightforward limit of our results to ordinary quantum mechanics shows that the present result is consistent with what is obtained in the literature. We have seen that the improved approximation of the centrifugal term is better than the other approximations in ﬁnding the approximate analytical solutions of the Klein-Gordon and Schrödinger equations for the modified Manning–Rosen potential in RNCQM and NRNCQM.
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