Relativistic and Nonrelativistic Energy Levels in Uranium

by Richard Latter


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A method for computing the relativistic and nonrelativistic energy levels in uranium. The eigen-values obtained in the statistical potentials with the Hartree energies and the experimental energy levels are compared. In addition, the energy levels for large atomic numbers are obtained in the Thomas-Fermi potential using both the Schrodinger and Dirac equations

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