By using a minimization argument and a quantitative deformation lemma, we obtain the existence of a sign-changing solution for some Schroedinger equations. Furthermore, when f is odd, we prove that the above problem admits infinitely many nontrivial solutions. Our result extends to the fractional framework some well-known theorems proved for elliptic equations in the classical setting. With respect to these cases studied in the literature, the nonlocal one considered here presents some additional difficulties, such as the lack of decompositions involving positive and negative parts, and the non-differentiability of the Nehari Manifold, so that a careful analysis of the fractional spaces involved is necessary.

Sign-Changing Solutions for a Class of Zero Mass Nonlocal Schroedinger Equations

Molica Bisci G
2018-01-01

Abstract

By using a minimization argument and a quantitative deformation lemma, we obtain the existence of a sign-changing solution for some Schroedinger equations. Furthermore, when f is odd, we prove that the above problem admits infinitely many nontrivial solutions. Our result extends to the fractional framework some well-known theorems proved for elliptic equations in the classical setting. With respect to these cases studied in the literature, the nonlocal one considered here presents some additional difficulties, such as the lack of decompositions involving positive and negative parts, and the non-differentiability of the Nehari Manifold, so that a careful analysis of the fractional spaces involved is necessary.
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