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RPA Correlations and Nuclear Densities in Relativistic Mean Field Approach

Abstract : The relativistic mean field approach (RMF) is well known for describing accurately binding energies and nucleon distributions in atomic nuclei throughout the nuclear chart. The random phase approximation (RPA) built on top of the RMF is also a good framework for the study of nuclear excitations. Here, we examine the consequences of long range correlations brought about by the RPA on the neutron and proton densities as given by the RMF approach.
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N. van Giai, H.Z. Liang, J. Meng. RPA Correlations and Nuclear Densities in Relativistic Mean Field Approach. Romanian Reports in Physics, Editura Academiei Române, 2007, 59, pp.693-706. ⟨in2p3-00132088⟩

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