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Physical Review C
In a Thomas-Fermi model, calculations are presented for nuclei beyond the nuclear drip line at zero temperature. These nuclei are in equilibrium by the presence of an external gas, as may be envisaged in the astrophysical scenario. We find that there is a limiting asymmetry beyond which these nuclei can no longer be made stable.doi:10.1103/physrevc.64.057306 fatcat:g7acjr72wzfqlaq2rh6fabxcye