[paper] Structural evolution in transitional nuclei of mass 82≤A≤132

Structural evolution in transitional nuclei of mass 82≤A≤132

M. Bhutan

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.034323

In this theoretical study, we report an investigation on the behavior of two-neutron separation energy, a differential variation of the nucleon separation energy, the nuclear charge radii, and the single-particle energy levels along the isotopic chains of transitional nuclei. We have used the relativistic mean-field formalism with NL3 and NL3* forces for this present analysis. The study refers to the even-even nuclei such as Zr, Mo, Ru, and Pd for N=42−86, where a rich collective phenomena such as proton radioactivity, cluster or nucleus radioactivity, exotic shapes, island of inversion, etc. are observed. We found that there are few nonmonotonic aspects over the isotopic chain, which are correlated with the structural properties such as shell/subshell closures, the shape transition, clustering, magicity, etc. In addition to these, we have shown the internal configuration of these nuclei to get a further insight into the reason for these discrepancies.

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