3 years ago

Scattering properties of two singularly interacting particles on the half-line.

Sebastian Egger, Joachim Kerner

We analyze scattering in a system of two (distinguishable) particles moving on the half-line $\overline{\rz}_+$ under the influence of singular two-particle interactions. Most importantly, due to the spatial localization of the interactions the two-body problem is of a non-separable nature. We will discuss the presence of embedded eigenvalues and using the obtained knowledge about the kernel of the resolvent we prove a version of the limiting absorption principle. Furthermore, by an appropriate adaptation of the Lippmann-Schwinger approach we are able to construct generalized eigenfunctions which consequently allow us to establish an explicit expression for the (on-shell) scattering amplitude. An approximation of the scattering amplitude in the weak-coupling limit is also derived.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1702.00851

DOI: arXiv:1702.00851v2

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