In this study, the energy spectra of Schrodinger equation for non-zero l values considering Woods Saxon potential (WSP) is calculated using proper quantization rule, then the binding energies (BE) of random light nuclei is obtained and the optimized potential parameters such as potential depth (V0) and surface thickness (a) are found. In order to calculate the energy levels of the nuclei with WSP, the PQR method was used, which has not been considered before. In quantum mechanics, the exact solution of energy systems, momentum, and quantum states can be found using the proper quantization rule(PQR) method.Using the Matlab calculation program, we have achieved numerical values of the energy spectrum for random light nuclei and compared the result with the experimental Nuclear Data Center (NDC) values. In addition, we found potential depth and surface thickness for four light nuclei. Correlations between the light nuclei show the facts about the nuclear structure characteristics, origin, and energies of these nuclei. Pearson’s correlation coefficient is accepted as the most common correlation coefficient. According to the values of Pearson correlation coefficients, it is observed that there is a significant positive correlation between the nucleons examined. Finally, we plot the E-V0-a diagrams for those values to optimize and provide the appropriate coefficients. It is shown that there is a good agreement between the results of this work and experimental values.
In this study, the energy spectra of Schrodinger equation for non-zero l values considering Woods Saxon potential (WSP) is calculated using proper quantization rule, then the binding energies (BE) of random light nuclei is obtained and the optimized potential parameters such as potential depth (V0) and surface thickness (a) are found. In order to calculate the energy levels of the nuclei with WSP, the PQR method was used, which has not been considered before. In quantum mechanics, the exact solution of energy systems, momentum, and quantum states can be found using the proper quantization rule(PQR) method.Using the Matlab calculation program, we have achieved numerical values of the energy spectrum for random light nuclei and compared the result with the experimental Nuclear Data Center (NDC) values. In addition, we found potential depth and surface thickness for four light nuclei. Correlations between the light nuclei show the facts about the nuclear structure characteristics, origin, and energies of these nuclei. Pearson’s correlation coefficient is accepted as the most common correlation coefficient. According to the values of Pearson correlation coefficients, it is observed that there is a significant positive correlation between the nucleons examined. Finally, we plot the E-V0-a diagrams for those values to optimize and provide the appropriate coefficients. It is shown that there is a good agreement between the results of this work and experimental values.
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