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1. u. We choose the zero of energy to be that of an electron at rest. , +00 ). The positive-energy solutions for an attractive potential may be furt her classified as having either bound or continuum character. The non-relativistic limit of the Dirac equation is obtained by scaling the speed of light, c, by a parameter A and then taking the limit AC -+ 00. In this limit, the negative-energy states vanish, and the positive-energy solutions become the familiar Schrödinger spectrum. Whilst in the nonrelativistic case the solutions of the Schrödinger operator form a complete set, it is important to recognize that in the relativistic case neither the eigenfunction set belonging to the positive-energy branch of the Dirac spectrum nor the negative-energy branch form, on their own, a complete set.
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