The time-independent Schrödinger equation is

Using the Laplacian in spherical coordinate. and Set

The angular part,

The radial part,

To simplify the first term,

A more easy form of the radial function is,

The effective potential

We can use Rungu-Kutta method to numerically solve the equation.

The initial condition of has to be 0. (home work)

I used excel to calculate a scattered state of L = 0 of energy 30 MeV. The potential is a Wood-Saxon of depth 50 MeV, radius 3.5 fm, diffusiveness 0.8 fm.

Another example if bound state of L = 0. I have to search for the energy, so that the wavefunction is flat at large distance. The outermost eigen energy is -7.27 MeV. From the radial function, we know it is a 2s orbit.

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