Three models of the nuclear magnetization distribution are applied to predict the hyperfine structure of the hydrogenlike heavy ions and neutral thallium atoms: the uniformly magnetized ball model and single-particle models for the valence nucleon with the uniform distribution and the distribution determined by the Woods-Saxon potential. Results for the hydrogenlike ions are in excellent agreement with previous studies. The application of the Woods-Saxon model is now extended to the neutral systems with the explicit treatment of the electron correlation effects within the relativistic coupled cluster theory using the Dirac-Coulomb Hamiltonian. We estimate the uncertainty for the ratio of magnetic anomalies and numerically confirm its near nuclear-model independence. The ratio is used as a theoretical input to predict the nuclear magnetic moments of short-lived thallium isotopes. We also show that the differential magnetic anomalies are strongly model dependent. The accuracy of the single-particle models significantly surpasses the accuracy of the simplest uniformly magnetized ball model for the prediction of this quantity. Skripnikov [Skripnikov, J. Chem. Phys. 153, 114114 (2020)JCPSA60021-960610.1063/5.0024103] has shown that the Bohr-Weisskopf contribution to the magnetic dipole hyperfine structure constant for an atom or a molecule induced by a heavy nucleus can be factorized into the electronic part and the universal nuclear magnetization dependent part. We numerically confirm this factorization for the Woods-Saxon single-particle model with an uncertainty less than 1%.
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