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Electric Properties of the Neon-31 Nuclei Under Halo EFT Formalism

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Abstract

The electric properties of the \(^{31}\hbox {Ne}\) halo system is studied using Halo Effective Field Theory. We apply the Effective-Range method to match the parameters of the EFT from obtained data on the \(1/2^{+}\) and \(3/2^{-}\) levels in Neon-31 nuclide. We then obtain predictions for the one-neutron separation energy for the ground \(3/2^-\) state and the predicted \(1/2^+\) state. It is shown that the \(^{31}\hbox {Ne}\) has a halo feature with a small separation energy. The neutron radius is also discussed in this paper. Our work provides an applicable approach to analyze nuclei with heavy mass and large deformation.

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Acknowledgements

The author is grateful to R. Chatterjee for supplying relevant literature and Y.-B. Cai and S. Cheng for valuable comments on the manuscript. We thank X.-Q. Qian and J.-S. Zhang for helpful discussion and S. Cheng for offering great supports in my life. The author would like to thank the professor Y.-D. Li for his support to this work and deeply miss him.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Physics and AstronomyYunnan UniversityKunmingChina

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