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1. a) The delta function potential is "efficient" in realizing the Bargmann limit. Show for l = that the delta function yields a bound state precisely at the value allowed by the limit. b) The square well potential is less efficient. Thus show for l = 0 that for an attractive well of depth Vo there is a range of values for Vo which Bargmann says might yield a bound state and the actual value at which a bound state is possible.

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