# Proton-Rich Nuclei at and beyond the Proton Drip Line in the Relativistic Mean Field Theory

@article{Geng2003ProtonRichNA, title={Proton-Rich Nuclei at and beyond the Proton Drip Line in the Relativistic Mean Field Theory}, author={Li-Sheng Geng and Hiroshi Toki and Jie Meng}, journal={Progress of Theoretical Physics}, year={2003}, volume={112}, pages={603-617} }

Ground state properties of proton-rich odd-Z nuclei in the region 55 ≤ Z ≤ 73 are studied in the relativistic mean field (RMF) theory. The RMF equations are solved by using the expansion method in the Harmonic-Oscillator basis. In the particle-particle channel, we use the state-dependent BCS method with a zero-range δ-force, which has been proved to be effective even for neutron-rich nuclei. All the ground state properties, including the oneproton separation energies, the ground state…

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