Supersymmetry and the relationship between a class of singular potentials in arbitrary dimensions

Journal of Physics A General Physics 07/2001; 34(40). DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/34/40/305
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The eigenvalues of the potentials
}}{r^{4}}$ and
{6}}$, and of the special cases of these potentials such as the Kratzer and
Goldman-Krivchenkov potentials, are obtained in N-dimensional space. The
explicit dependence of these potentials in higher-dimensional space is
discussed, which have not been previously covered.

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