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The mean square radius of the neutron distribution in the relativistic and non-relativistic mean field models

@inproceedings{Kurasawa2021TheMS,
  title={The mean square radius of the neutron distribution in the relativistic and non-relativistic mean field models},
  author={Haruki Kurasawa and Toshio Suzuki},
  year={2021}
}
  • H. Kurasawa, Toshio Suzuki
  • Published 12 October 2021
  • Physics
It is investigated why the root-meansquare radius of the point neutron distribution is smaller by about 0.1 fm in non-relativistic mean-field models than in relativistic ones. The difference is shown to stem from the different values of the product of the effective mass and the strength of the one-body potential in the two frameworks. The values of those quantities are constrained by the Hugenholtz-Van Hove theorem. The neutron skin is not a simple function of the symmetry potential, but… 

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