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Cross section and recoil properties of the products from the interaction of 240 MeV $^{12}$C ions with $^{nat}$Ag

Kuen-Bey, Chen ; Yu-Wen, Yu ;
Nucl.Phys. A569 (1994) 616-628, 1994.
Inspire Record 1389766 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36561

We have measured the formation cross sections and the recoil properties of the products from the interaction of 240 MeV 12C with natural Ag targets. From the data, we have constructed charge- and mass-distribution curves. With the measured recoil range and forward-to-backward ratios, we deduced the formation mechanisms, and found that the yields in the mass range between A = 40 and A = 70, with a total cross section of 6 ± 1 mb, were mainly formed by the fission process. The yields between A = 70 and A = 130, with a total cross section of 2300 ± 200 mb, were formed by direct reactions in which the target-like transfer reaction products contributed 1000 ± 100 mb and spallation reactions contributed 1306 ± 200 mb.

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IN THE TABLE COMMENT: C = CUMULATIVE YIELD, I = INDEPENDENT YIELD, PC = PARTIAL CUMULATIVE YIELD, PI = PARTIAL INDEPENDENT YIELD.

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Interactions of 10.6 GeV/n gold nuclei with light and heavy target nuclei in nuclear emulsion

Cherry, M.L. ; Dabrowska, A. ; Deines-Jones, P. ; et al.
Z.Phys. C63 (1994) 549-556, 1994.
Inspire Record 1385260 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.14108

We have investigated the particle production and fragmentation of nuclei participating in the interactions of 10.6 GeV/n gold nuclei in nuclear emulsions. A new criterion has been found to distinguish between the interactions of these gold nuclei with the light (H,C,N,O) and heavy (Ag, Br) target nuclei in the emulsion. This has allowed separate analyses of the multiplicity and pseudo-rapidity distributions of the singly charged particles emitted in Au-(H,C,N,O) and Au-(Ag,Br) interactions, as well as of the modes of breakup of the projectile and target nuclei. The pseudo-rapidity distributions show strong forward asymmetries, particularly for the interactions with the light nuclei. Heavy target nuclei produce a more severe breakup of the projectile gold nucleus than do the lighter targets. A negative correlation between the number of fragments emitted from the target nuclei and the degree of centrality of the collisions has been observed, which can be attributed to the total destruction of the relatively light target nuclei by these very heavy projectile nuclei.

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Charge changing cross-sections of the neutron rich isotopes Li-8, Li-9, Li-11

Blank, B. ; Gaimard, J.J. ; Geissel, H. ; et al.
Z.Phys. A343 (1992) 375-379, 1992.
Inspire Record 333513 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.16579

Total charge-changing cross sections have been measured for8Li on C and Pb targets, for9Li on C, Al, Cu, Sn and Pb targets, as well as for11Li on C, Sn and Pb targets at about 80 MeV/nucleon. These data are compared to measured total reaction cross sections and Glauber-type calculations using Hartree-Fock density distributions. These comparisons allow to draw conclusions on the proton density distribution of the neutronrich lithium isotopes. The results show that even for the most exotic nucleus11Li the proton distribution is only very weakly influenced by the long tail in the neutron density distribution already established in several experiments.

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Loss of memory of target nucleus deformation axis in heavy ion fusion fission

Hinde, D. J. ; Pan, W. ; Berriman, A. C. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C62 (2000) 024615, 2000.
Inspire Record 530771 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25429
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Si-28 (S-32) fragmentation at 3.7-A/GeV, 14.6-A/GeV and 200-A/GeV

The EMU1 collaboration Adamovich, M.I. ; Aggarwal, M.M. ; Aleksandrov, Yu.A. ; et al.
Z.Phys. A351 (1995) 311-316, 1995.
Inspire Record 407109 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.16506

The fragmentation topology of28Si at 3.7A GeV and 14.6A GeV and32S at 200A GeV in reactions with emulsion nuclei is presented. The fragmentation cross sections are very similar at all three energies. A statistical percolation model can qualitatively describe the data forZ≥ 6. The He production is underestimated and the 3 ≤Z ≤ 5 fragments overestimated by this model.

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BNL-815.

CERN-EMU-001.

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Fusion enhancement in the 32,38S+Ta-181 reaction

Zyromski, K. E. ; Loveland, W. ; Souliotis, G. A. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C63 (2001) 024615, 2001.
Inspire Record 552391 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25426
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A typical beam energy resolution was 0.01 TO 0.1 MeV. In the S32-induced reaction, an incomplete fussion component was observed at high energies, with an average linear momentum transfer corresponding to th e escape of an alpha patticle. The deduced interaction barrier heights were 130 .7+-0.3 and 124.8+-0.3 MeV for the S32 and S38-induced reactions respectively.

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Search for fractional charge states in high-energy heavy fragments produced in collisions of 14.5 A-GeV Si-28 with Pb and Cu target

He, Y.D. ; Price, P.B. ;
Phys.Rev. C44 (1991) 1672, 1991.
Inspire Record 327387 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26081
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APPLICATION OF ROBUST FITTING TO DETERMINATION OF ISOBARIC CROSS-SECTIONS OF RESIDUAL NUCLEI IN RELATIVISTIC INTERACTIONS

Damdinsuren, Ts. ; Kozma, P. ; Zlokazov, V.B. ;
No Journal Information, 1988.
Inspire Record 265677 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.39436
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Sources of Complex Fragment Emission in Lanthanum Induced Reactions at $e$ / a = 14.7-{MeV} and 18-{MeV}

Charity, R.J. ; Jing, K.X. ; Bowman, D.R. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys. A511 (1990) 59-91, 1990.
Inspire Record 281064 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36871

Complex fragments with 4 ⩽ Z ≲ 50 have been detected in the reactions of 139 La + 12 C and 27 Al at E / A = 14.7 and 18.0 MeV. From the measured angular distributions, the cross sections for the isotropic, target-like and projectile-like components were extracted. The roles of deep-inelastic, fast-fission, and incomplete fusion processes, and the statistical, compound nucleus emission of complex fragments are discussed.

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Electromagnetic Dissociation of 200-{GeV}/$N ^{16}$O and $^{32}$S Ions in Nuclear Emulsions

Baroni, G. ; Bisi, V. ; Breslin, A.C. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys. A516 (1990) 673-714, 1990.
Inspire Record 294682 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36830

This work represents the results of an experimental investigation of the electromagnetic dissociation of 200 GeV/nucleon 16 O and 32 S ions in nuclear emulsions. Exclusive channels involving charged fragments have been studied as a function of the energy released, and, assuming a Weizsäcker-Williams spectrum of virtual photons, there is a good agreement with results for the (γ, p) processes obtained with real photons. However, the rates found for other processes are larger, in particular for the (γ, α) on both nuclei. The values of the total integrated absorption cross sections are generally larger than those obtained from real photon experiments but the extent of the discrepancy depends strongly upon which photon results are used in the comparison.

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ELECTROMAGNETIC DISSOCIATION IN NUCLEAR EMULSION.

ELECTROMAGNETIC DISSOCIATION IN NUCLEAR EMULSION.

NUCLEUS IS THE EMULSION.

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