• The neutron halo structure of $^{14}$B, $^{22}$N, $^{23}$O and $^{24}$F nuclei studied via the generalised Woods–Saxon potential

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      Generalised Woods–Saxon potential; two-body model; one-neutron halo nuclei.

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      The radial wave functions of the generalised Woods–Saxon (GWS) potential within the two-body model of (Core $+ n$) have been used to study the ground-state density distributions of protons, neutrons and matter and the associated root mean square (rms) radii of neutron-rich $^{14}$B, $^{22}$N, $^{23}$O and $^{24}$F halo nuclei. The calculated results show that the radial wave functions of the generalised Woods–Saxon potential within the two-body model succeed in reproducing neutron halo in these exotic nuclei. Elastic electron scattering form factors for these nuclei are studied by combining the charge density distributions with the plane-wave Born approximation (PWBA).

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