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RIKEN Review No. 26 (January, 2000): Focused on Models and Theories of the Nuclear Mass Thomas-Ehrman shifts in nuclei around oxygen-16 and role of residual nuclear interaction

By Kengo Ogawa, Hitoshi Nakada, Seiji Hino and Rieko Motegi

Abstract

The asymmetry in the energy spectra between mirror nuclei (the Thomas-Ehrman shifts) around 16 O is investigated by a phenomenological shell model. The recent data on proton-rich nuclei indicates that the residual nuclear interaction is reduced for the loosely bound s-orbit by as much as 30%, which originates in the broad radial distribution of the proton single-particle wave function. 1

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