A fermion in a scalar inversely linear potential
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The problem of a fermion subject to a a scalar inversely linear potential in a two-dimensional world is mapped into a Sturm-Liouville problem for nonzero eigenenergies. This mapping gives rise to an effective Kratzer potential and exact bounded solutions are found in closed form. The normalizable zero-eigenmode solution is also found. A few unusual results are revealed.