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7.7.2 Coulomb Wave Functions

The Coulomb wave functions F_L(\eta,x), G_L(\eta,x) are described in Abramowitz & Stegun, Chapter 14. Because there can be a large dynamic range of values for these functions, overflows are handled gracefully. If an overflow occurs, GSL_EOVRFLW is signalled and exponent(s) are returned through the modifiable parameters exp_F, exp_G. The full solution can be reconstructed from the following relations,

F_L(eta,x)  =  fc[k_L] * exp(exp_F) G_L(eta,x)  =  gc[k_L] * exp(exp_G)  F_L'(eta,x) = fcp[k_L] * exp(exp_F) G_L'(eta,x) = gcp[k_L] * exp(exp_G)
Function: int gsl_sf_coulomb_wave_FG_e (double eta, double x, double L_F, int k, gsl_sf_result * F, gsl_sf_result * Fp, gsl_sf_result * G, gsl_sf_result * Gp, double * exp_F, double * exp_G)

This function computes the Coulomb wave functions F_L(\eta,x), G_{L-k}(\eta,x) and their derivatives F'_L(\eta,x), G'_{L-k}(\eta,x) with respect to x. The parameters are restricted to L, L-k > -1/2, x > 0 and integer k. Note that L itself is not restricted to being an integer. The results are stored in the parameters F, G for the function values and Fp, Gp for the derivative values. If an overflow occurs, GSL_EOVRFLW is returned and scaling exponents are stored in the modifiable parameters exp_F, exp_G.

Function: int gsl_sf_coulomb_wave_F_array (double L_min, int kmax, double eta, double x, double fc_array[], double * F_exponent)

This function computes the Coulomb wave function F_L(\eta,x) for L = Lmin \dots Lmin + kmax, storing the results in fc_array. In the case of overflow the exponent is stored in F_exponent.

Function: int gsl_sf_coulomb_wave_FG_array (double L_min, int kmax, double eta, double x, double fc_array[], double gc_array[], double * F_exponent, double * G_exponent)

This function computes the functions F_L(\eta,x), G_L(\eta,x) for L = Lmin \dots Lmin + kmax storing the results in fc_array and gc_array. In the case of overflow the exponents are stored in F_exponent and G_exponent.

Function: int gsl_sf_coulomb_wave_FGp_array (double L_min, int kmax, double eta, double x, double fc_array[], double fcp_array[], double gc_array[], double gcp_array[], double * F_exponent, double * G_exponent)

This function computes the functions F_L(\eta,x), G_L(\eta,x) and their derivatives F'_L(\eta,x), G'_L(\eta,x) for L = Lmin \dots Lmin + kmax storing the results in fc_array, gc_array, fcp_array and gcp_array. In the case of overflow the exponents are stored in F_exponent and G_exponent.

Function: int gsl_sf_coulomb_wave_sphF_array (double L_min, int kmax, double eta, double x, double fc_array[], double F_exponent[])

This function computes the Coulomb wave function divided by the argument F_L(\eta, x)/x for L = Lmin \dots Lmin + kmax, storing the results in fc_array. In the case of overflow the exponent is stored in F_exponent. This function reduces to spherical Bessel functions in the limit \eta \to 0.