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In: Ibort, L. The situation described above is not entirely new: analogous difficulties involving regularization ambiguities arise in QFT and have been successfully addressed by using the Epstein-Glaser approach to QFT, in which distribution theory is employed from the beginning and the symmetries of the system are carefully implemented see e.
In a similar vein, in this paper we will introduce a distributional approach to point interactions in quantum mechanics — first announced in a preliminary version in [ 37 ]. This precludes the naive definition of the interaction term in these equations as the usual product between the wave function and the potential energy, since such a product is generally ill-defined in distribution theory [ 38 , 39 ]. We will introduce a well defined distribution to play the role of the interaction term, the properties of which must follow from simple mathematical requirements concerning its support and singular order a concept introduced in the next section , besides the physical requirement of conservation of the probability current across the singular point.
As a consequence, a four-parameter family of distributions will naturally emerge as the most general point interaction in both non-relativistic and relativistic one-dimensional quantum mechanics, a result which is in complete agreement with those obtained with the SAE approach [ 32 , 40 ].
Thus, the distributional approach provides an alternative also mathematically rigorous to the method of SAE, with the advantage of being less abstract to a physicist and allowing a more intuitive physical interpretation of the interaction term, which here is presented explicitly as a distribution. Notice that a proper definition of the notion of an odd point interaction is a non-trivial task in the context of the SAE approach.
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