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Scattering length and perturbations of \(-\Delta\) by positive potentials. (English) Zbl 0336.31005

31B15 Potentials and capacities, extremal length and related notions in higher dimensions
35B20 Perturbations in context of PDEs
31B25 Boundary behavior of harmonic functions in higher dimensions
31B99 Higher-dimensional potential theory
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