# Minimal nuclear energy density functional

@inproceedings{Bulgac2017MinimalNE, title={Minimal nuclear energy density functional}, author={Aurel Bulgac and Michael McNeil Forbes and Shi Jin and R. Navarro Perez and Nicolas Schunck}, year={2017} }

- Published 2017
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevC.97.044313

We present a minimal NEDF called "SeaLL1" that has the smallest number of possible phenomenological parameters to date. SeaLL1 is defined by 7 significant phenomenological parameters, each related to a specific nuclear property. Even in its present form, which is not yet fully optimized, the SeaLL1 NEDF describes the nuclear masses of 606 even-nuclei from the AME2012 evaluation with a mean energy error of 0.97MeV and a standard deviation 1.46MeV, two-neutron and two-proton separation energies… CONTINUE READING

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