Investigation of the Nuclear Structure of 174-206Hg Isotopes Using Skyrme-Hartree-Fock Method


The effective Skyrme type interactions have been used in the Haretree-Fock mean-field model for several decades, and many different parameterizations of the interaction have been realized to better reproduce nuclear masses, radii, and various other data. In the present research, the SkM, SkM*, SI, SIII, SIV, T3, Sly4, Skxs15, Skxs20 and Skxs25 Skyrme parameterizations have been used within Haretree-Fock (HF) method to investigate some static and dynamic nuclear ground state properties of 174-206Hg isotopes. In particular, the binding energy per nucleon, proton, neutron, mass and charge densities and corresponding root mean square radii, neutron skin thickness and charge form factor. The calculated results are compared with the available experimental data. From present calculation, we can deduce that the Skyrme–Hartree–Fock (SHF) method with above parameterizations provide a good description on the Hg isotopes.