A major requirement for a nuclear model is, not only to reproduce and describe accurately the available experimental data, but also to provide reliable predictions for physical quantities not yet measured. Over the past two decades, we have performed various realistic shell-model calculations for nuclei in different mass regions, which have all yielded results in good agreement with the available experimental data. In this paper we present some selected results illustrating their predictive power.

Can Realistic Shell-Model Calculations be Predictive?

ITACO, Nunzio;L. Coraggio;
2015

Abstract

A major requirement for a nuclear model is, not only to reproduce and describe accurately the available experimental data, but also to provide reliable predictions for physical quantities not yet measured. Over the past two decades, we have performed various realistic shell-model calculations for nuclei in different mass regions, which have all yielded results in good agreement with the available experimental data. In this paper we present some selected results illustrating their predictive power.
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