(searched for: doi:10.4236/wjnst.2017.72006)
Published: 1 January 2021
Conference: PROCEEDINGS OF THE III INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, MECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING: MIP: Engineering-III – 2021, 2020-10-24 - 2020-10-27
Present work deals with even-even 60 Cr nuclei structure by calculate energy levels and their neutron densities by means of TFS model that follow with elastic form factor. The density of exotic nuclei is characterized when studying them with a long tail that can be distinguished by the fact that these nuclei possess an external aura. Electron scattering is the direct means by which to probe the charge densities for exotic nuclei. Some properties for 60Cr exotic nuclei were discussed through calculation of electron scattering form factors in using model space pf includes the 2s1/2,1d5/2,1d3/2,2p3/2,2p1/2,1f7/2 and 1f5/2 valance orbits. Two-body interaction that used in the calculation from the van Hees-Glaudemans (fp) interaction. By using the OXBASH code that deal with shell model by means of HO-potential the calculation is made to have the energy levels and the wave function of the single particle.
Published: 8 November 2018
Conference: SolarPACES 2017: International Conference on Concentrating Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems, Santiago, Chile
In the present paper, we have theoretically calculated the nuclear neutron and proton densities, initial exciton numbers and binding energies of the Strontium isotopes (84-96Sr). The Skyrme Hartree Fock (SHF) parameterizations S2, S3, SG2, SKa, SKM, SKM*, and T3 are used in the neutron and proton density calculations. The initial neutron and proton exciton numbers of the 84-96Sr isotopes have been calculated using the SKM* Skyrme parameter. The obtained results from Skyrme force parameters are discussed and compared with each other’s and are shown to be in agreement with each other.