Coulomb wave functions

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Coulomb wave functions

Postby Marek_Pfutzner » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:51 pm

Dear all,

I need to make some calculations using the Coulomb wave functions, both the regular F_l(eta,rho) and
the irregular G_l(eta,rho). The F function is related to the confluent hipergeometric function which
is present in the Mathematica but the G function seems not to be so easy to get.

Does anybody have a package to get these functions in Mathematica?

They are frequently used in the theory of nuclear reactions, that is why I hope
that somebody must have already solved such problem.

I would be grateful for help.

Marek Pfutzner
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