# Proton and neutron skins of light nuclei within the relativistic mean field theory

@article{Geng2004ProtonAN, title={Proton and neutron skins of light nuclei within the relativistic mean field theory}, author={Li-Sheng Geng and Hiroshi Toki and Akira Ozawa and Jie Meng}, journal={Nuclear Physics}, year={2004}, volume={730}, pages={80-94} }

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