Self-Consistent Calculations of Nuclear Total Binding Energies
The aim of this paper is to show that it is possible to obtain nuclear binding energies with a sufficient accuracy within the framework of the Hartree-Fock (H.F.) approximation. The calculations reported here have been done with the effective Skyrme interaction in the simplified form proposed by Vautherin and Brink . This phenomenological, density-dependent interaction contains six parameters which have been determined by requiring to fit as well as one could the binding energies and radii of magic nuclei. This procedure gives a whole family of acceptable parameter sets which can be classified according to their density dependence. This density dependence will be labelled by the value of the parameter t3 of the force, larger values of t3 corresponding to forces which have a stronger density dependence.
KeywordsDensity Dependence Superheavy Nucleus Superheavy Element Shell Effect Magic Nucleus
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