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Charge radii in modern macroscopic-microscopic mass models; The Role of dynamic quadrupole deformation

Iimura, Hideki  ; Buchinger, F.*

For the nuclei where axially asymmetric or reflection-asymmetric shapes are expected, we calculated the nuclear charge radii by using the Finite Range Droplet Model. As a result, we found the agreement between the experimental and theoretical radii becomes better when these asymmetries are taken into account in the model calculation. In addition, we developed a method to empirically calculate the charge radii of even-even nuclei. This method is based on the Finite Range Liquid Drop Model, and use the experimental ${it B}$(${it E}$2) value or the excitation energy of the first excited 2$$^{+}$$ state as input parameters.



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