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Nuclear Liquid Drop Model

  1. Jan 30, 2010 #1
    I have a number of difficult questions regarding this topic!

    1. How to find the coeffients of the Liquid Drop model?

    I have a table of atoms with thier masses, and total binding energies.
    Do I just fit the curve of the B/A vs A to get the coefficients?

    2. In a Liquid Drop model, what would be the Z/A ratio for the most stable nuclei of the nucleons were not fermions?

    This question seems nonsensical to me, since an inifinte number of bosons can occupy one state!
     
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  3. Jan 31, 2010 #2

    bcrowell

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    Is this homework? If so, then it should go in Homework & Coursework Questions.
     
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