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Brussels–Montreal Nuclear Energy Density Functionals, from Atomic Masses to Neutron Stars

Abstract : We have recently developed a series of accurately calibrated nuclear energy density functionals, fitted to essentially all atomic masses with a model root mean square deviation now reduced to 0.5 MeV for our functional BSk27*. At the same time, these functionals were adjusted to realistic equations of state of neutron matter and were constrained to reproduce various properties of nuclear matter. Using BSk27, we have calculated the internal constitution and the equation of state of the crust of non-accreting neutron stars.
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N. Chamel, J.M. Pearson, A.F. Fantina, C. Ducoin, S. Goriely, et al.. Brussels–Montreal Nuclear Energy Density Functionals, from Atomic Masses to Neutron Stars. Zakopane Conference on Nuclear Physics Extremes of the Nuclear Landscape, Aug 2014, Zakopane, Poland. pp.349-358, ⟨10.5506/APhysPolB.46.349⟩. ⟨in2p3-01152712⟩

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