Density-dependent effective interactions in finite nuclei (I)

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Finite nuclei ranging from16O to208Pb are calculated using the Hartree-Fock theory and the local-density approximation. The energy of the nucleus is separated into a volume term, which can be calculated directly in terms of the nuclear matter energy density, and a residual surface term which contains a starting energy correction and to which only the long-range part of the effective interaction contributes. The results obtained are compared with experiment and with other calculations. © 1972.




Németh, J., & Ripka, G. (1972). Density-dependent effective interactions in finite nuclei (I). Nuclear Physics, Section A, 194(2), 329–352.

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