Microscopic evaluation of the hypernuclear chart with $\Lambda$ hyperons

Abstract : We calculate the comprehensive hypernuclear chart for even-even hypernuclei with magic numbers of $\Lambda$'s (for Z $\leq$ 120 and $\Lambda \leq$70) and estimate the number of bound systems, considering the present uncertainties in the $\Lambda-$nucleon and $\Lambda-\Lambda$ interactions. We consider a density functional approach adjusted to microscopic Bruckner-Hartree-Fock calculations, where the $\Lambda\Lambda$ term is corrected in a phenomenological way, to reproduce present experimental constraints. Different models which strongly deviate at large densities, but giving the same bond energy, are generated in order to take into account the uncertainties related to the high density equation of state. The number of bound even-even-even hypernuclei is estimated to 491680 $\pm$ 34400. This relatively low uncertainty is due to the fact that the well constrained low density and highly unconstrained high density behavior of the energy functional turn out to be largely decoupled. Results in hypernuclei appear to be almost independent of the choice for the high-density part of the $\Lambda\Lambda$ interaction. The location of the hyperdriplines is also evaluated. Significant deviations from Iron-Nickel elements can be found for hypernuclei with the largest binding energy per baryon. Proton, neutron and hyperon magicity evolution and triple magic hypernuclei are studied. Possible bubbles and haloes effect in hypernuclei are also discussed. The present results provide a first microscopic evaluation of the hypernuclear landscape.
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Physical Review C, American Physical Society, 2015, 92 (4), pp.044313. 〈10.1103/PhysRevC.92.044313〉
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E. Khan, J. Margueron, F. Gulminelli, Ad. R. Raduta. Microscopic evaluation of the hypernuclear chart with $\Lambda$ hyperons. Physical Review C, American Physical Society, 2015, 92 (4), pp.044313. 〈10.1103/PhysRevC.92.044313〉. 〈in2p3-01158954〉



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