# Energy density functional in nuclear physics

@article{Iwata2012EnergyDF, title={Energy density functional in nuclear physics}, author={Yoritaka Iwata and Joachim A. Maruhn}, journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory}, year={2012} }

Fundamentals of energy density functional in nuclear physics are presented. Much attention is paid to a mathematically rigorous treatment of deriving the energy density functional. The specific features of the density functional used in studying many-nucleon systems, which is quite different from that used in many-electron systems, are also shown. The intended audience are physicists, chemists and mathematicians. In particular those who will start to study the density functional theory are… Expand

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