Electron and Nucleon Localization Functions of Oganesson: Approaching the Thomas-Fermi Limit.

@article{Jerabek2018ElectronAN,
  title={Electron and Nucleon Localization Functions of Oganesson: Approaching the Thomas-Fermi Limit.},
  author={Paul Jerabek and Bastian Schuetrumpf and Peter Schwerdtfeger and Witold Nazarewicz},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={120 5},
  pages={
          053001
        }
}
Fermion localization functions are used to discuss electronic and nucleonic shell structure effects in the superheavy element oganesson, the heaviest element discovered to date. Spin-orbit splitting in the 7p electronic shell becomes so large (∼10  eV) that Og is expected to show uniform-gas-like behavior in the valence region with a rather large dipole polarizability compared to the lighter rare gas elements. The nucleon localization in Og is also predicted to undergo a transition to the… Expand
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