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Your model has them in rings, which looks a good start.

Personally I am sceptical about Magic Numbers generally. There is a good chance they are simply artefacts of the model used. Anyway, when I look at the table of nuclides (https://www-nds.iaea.org/relnsd/vcharthtml/VChartHTML.html) I don’t see overwhelming evidence with my own eyes for any special stability of nuclides with these number of nucleons. Furthermore, the n>p relationship does not support the principle that a nuclide should be stable if either p or n was a specific ‘magic’ number’. I suspect Magic Numbers are merely spurious statistical correlation,

Good luck with your developments.

regards

Dirk ]]>

about magicnumbers I recently thought about magic number nr 34, see:

The New Nuclear Magic Number (34) Explained by the Polar

Coaxial Ring System of Quantum FFF Theory.

http://vixra.org/pdf/1310.0101v3.pdf ]]>