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Exact solutions of the position-dependent-effective mass Schrödinger equation
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The position-dependent effective mass Schrödinger equation exhibiting a similar position dependence for both the potential and mass is exactly solved. Some physical examples are given for bound and scattering systems. We analyze the behavior of the wavefunctions for scattered states in light of the parameters involved. We show that the parameters of the potential play a crucial role.
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