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Sehn6din4et' equat'ion i'n GR for a eltatged
* is presented,
i partiele in Coulontb potential
deriued fz'om the fortralation of KLeinGordon
equation in GRui.th mt asswnpti'on that the ki.'
netie and potential energA ane sryaLL in eon
parison uith the nest energy mco. The tetqn
Neutonim, potentiaL appeaz'ed direetly aa ee
=t'.Review.'
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I. Introduetion

"# U ( ? ,t ) = v * ( i * t ) ' * e o t r ! ( ?t ,)
(rr.1)
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l+
E=lh51;p =lnv ( r r .3)
n V,uv a;
21e ^1.1,,,  ,t, 
lt mr )
UV,,, a'V,u ti e ^a",u*
l.l  @t
+ (n
0'0uV )U= 0
Jp
(rrr.1)
i.
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UV, 1
c qr..,., {/e euv,ll'u)
, [rv vg ,u
I
7n (/e eruv,p),v * tu*,,  #
*
(/e ou),u+
2
+ cpl',t,= o
ououo (rrr.2)
J?
0 u .,, (rrr. 3)
tts
mo 2
 2 i e ^ U  ,  il*tu,J,
Buu,t,,r),u e ^rl = o (rrr.4)
+ (!l=h)'U
hrrt ?uV,u
Fv=
u i)
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+(1*Lrl" 2aJ ( r v .1 )
r
2ct4  co2
A=; b=
cc
where M and q ale mass and charge of the particle that gener
ate the fteLd respectively. It seem that Schwarzschfld singu
larlty does not exist ln thls solution, lf (q/y) > 62.
SubstLtutf.on of the metrlc tensor (Iv.l) into (III.4)
and replacLng the tLme differentiation wlth the oPerator E'
(III.4) reduced to the forn of KlelnGordon equatlon with Cou
lonb potential in GR'
+ n'J fo t"c,
(,  * + ltlcr  eo(r))2,1, rf)
tz
A B.
f$r +
tt r
t+l
,, t
. +i fuc"t"2e
z. Sr
^oo
. hc'  m c q2/ =4u,
aU ( r v.2)
r s]nu /stn'e a0'
(E  e0(r)'rt, * (,  l 2a..2 a
: : + :_) t, 2 A. L r3U.,
r 2' [t2(r  r 2'3rr
t r r
(rv.3)
*%u+ e 0 ( r ) U ,
r , t (rv.4)
^ Gmq ^ umq
u 2
2
c c
glves that the angular equations H (0) and 0(0) tate the same
form ln QM, but its radial equation are modifled bv the GR to
the form,
(v'r)
By furthdr slnpllf on (1  A  +\
lcation of dlfferentlation
t 12'
term, eq. (V.1) reduced to the radial Schriidlnger equation and
the rest term ls the perturbatlon terms, that is
E'R=*2#,,'#.,+eo(r)n.5$rrt* +
#
i)dR r
 AB, ,zBA2 
,  T) +  $r  tcflln +
2o, u2r a2n e;
dr.
rrrrdrrr
(\
* =7, (v.z)
r
dro
r E
 cr 
E"6 + ourlrr5 * olr3  s^rZ
1 "160(r) #.4 R=0
2
r ra+(2sa')t'2ABr+s2
(v. 3)
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where P(r) and Q(r) are respectively given in the above equa
tion.
It is clear that P(r) and Q(r) are both analytLc functlon
at r = o, therefore according to Tuchrs Theoreo eq. (V.2), the
radial equation of Schrijdinger equation in GR has a regular
solution at r = o, hence could be developed as a power series
about r = o
The exact solution with polrer series solutlon about the
origin ls more complicated, however by remembering that A, B
and C are srnall values, we take the approximatlon solution
with the method of the Perturbation theory.
In accordance to the Perturbation theory, the nonper
turbation Hamiltonian ls,
rlo=*r'+e0(r) (v.s)
uf =  E2 tr (rA
7.+
2BAz AB,a + pBAz  2AB*
l}r.,T il
 4,,r' .,
.
fr rrrrrrdt
3 .
Al Bl, GmM C
+. J   4 J  * (v.5)
, 2
rrr
Cornnentarg to reference 2
AcknouT.edgenent
Notes on abbreui.a,tions
'GR:
General Relatlvlty, SR: Special Relativlty, BI: Electro
magnettc fteld, QM: Quahtum Mechanics, TRU: Theory Relatlvi
tas Umum.
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