Stability of bubble nuclei through Shell-Effects

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Dietrich, Klaus; Pomorski, Krzysztof;
(1997)

We investigate the shell structure of bubble nuclei in simple phenomenological shell models and study their binding energy as a function of the radii and of the number of neutron and protons using Strutinsky's method. Shell effects come about, on the one hand, by the hi... View more
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