Single-particle neutron characteristics of Cd isotopes with N of 50 to 82
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Experimental data on single-particle neutron energies of Cd isotopes are analyzed within a dispersive optical model. Parameters of the potential are extrapolated to the region of unstable isotopes with a neutron excess. The evolution of calculated single-particle spectra and occupation probabilities of single-particle orbits corresponds to formation of magic features in Cd isotopes with N = 50, 82. The results from calculations agree with the concept that the 174Cd isotope with N = 126 forms the end of the peninsula at the neutron drip line.
KeywordsOccupation Probability Single Particle Energy Magic Nucleus Neutron Drip Line Dispersive Optical Potential
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