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Physics Letters B
A non-relativisitic nuclear density functional theory is constructed, not as usual, from an effective density dependent nucleon-nucleon force but directly introducing in the functional results from microscopic nuclear and neutron matter Bruckner G-matrix calculations at various densities. A purely phenomenological finite range part to account for surface properties is added. The striking result is that only four to five adjustable parameters, spin-orbit included, suffice to reproduce nucleardoi:10.1016/j.physletb.2008.04.013 fatcat:dcqeape7erg6po6wyt2oplib4m