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Ground States of Light Even-Even Nuclei

  • G. F. Filippov

Abstract

A possible theoretical explanation is discussed for the binding energy, size, shape, and stability limits of light even-even nuclei on the basis of an internucleon interaction potential whose parameters are consistent with experimental data for the two-nucleon system.

Keywords

Wave Function Magic Nucleus Trial Wave Function Nucleon Pair Oscillator Wave Function 
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