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EMISSION OF COMPOUND LIGHT FRAGMENTS IN COLLISIONS BETWEEN RELATIVISTIC NUCLEI. (IN RUSSIAN)

Adyasevich, B.P. ; Antonenko, V.G. ; Vinogradov, A.A. ; et al.
Yad.Fiz. 46 (1987) 1353-1359, 1987.
Inspire Record 256946 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.70238
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Saturation of the thermal energy deposited in Au and Th nuclei by Ar projectiles between 27 and 77 MeV/u

Jiang, D.X. ; Doubre, H. ; Galin, J. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys. A503 (1989) 560-574, 1989.
Inspire Record 25834 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36893

Multiplicities of neutrons and light charged particles associated with central collisions have been measured in the energy range 27–77 MeV/u for the systems 40 Ar+ 197 Au, 232 Th. The experiments demonstrate the occurrence of a saturation of the thermal energy deposited in the system around 650 MeV, corresponding to a constant internal temperature close to 5 MeV.

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Evidence for collective expansion in light-particle emission following Au+Au collisions at 100, 150 and 250 A·MeV

Poggi, G. ; Pasquali, G. ; Bini, M. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys. A586 (1995) 755-776, 1995.
Inspire Record 1367235 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36519

Light-particle emission from Au+Au collisions has been studied in the bombarding-energy range 100-250 A·MeV, using DeltaE- ER telescopes in coincidence with the FOPI detector in its phase I configuration. Center-of-mass energy spectra have been measured for Z = 1,2 isotopes emitted in central collisions at CM polar angles between 60° and 90°. Evidence for a collective expansion is reported, on the basis of the mean kinetic energies of hydrogen isotopes. Comparison is presented with statistical calculations (WIX code). For CM kinetic energy spectra, fair agreement is found between data and a recently developed transport model.

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Measurements of light nuclei production in 11.5-A-GeV/c Au + Pb heavy ion collisions

The E864 collaboration Armstrong, T.A. ; Barish, K.N. ; Batsouli, S. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C61 (2000) 064908, 2000.
Inspire Record 525664 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25465

We report on measurements by the E864 experiment at the BNL-AGS of the yields of light nuclei in collisions of Au(197) with beam momentum of 11.5 A GeV/c on targets of Pb(208) and Pt(197). The yields are reported for nuclei with baryon number A=1 up to A=7, and typically cover a rapidity range from y(cm) to y(cm)+1 and a transverse momentum range of approximately 0.1 < p(T)/A < 0.5 GeV/c. We calculate coalescence scale factors B(A) from which we extract model dependent source dimensions and collective flow velocities. We also examine the dependences of the yields on baryon number, spin, and isospin of the produced nuclei.

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10 pct most central collisions.

10 to 38 pct most central collisions.

38 to 66 pct most central collisions.

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Classical tests for statistical evaporation at 680 MeV Ar-40 + natural Ag

Gelderloos, C.J. ; Alexander, John M. ; Boger, J. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C54 (1996) 3056-3061, 1996.
Inspire Record 433950 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25739
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Strangelet search and light nucleus production in relativistic Si + Pt and Au + Pt collisions

The E886 collaboration Rusek, A. ; Bassalleck, B. ; Berdoz, A. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C54 (1996) R15-R19, 1996.
Inspire Record 429741 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25801
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Composite particle production in relativistic Au + Pt, Si + Pt, and p + Pt collisions

The E886 collaboration Saito, N. ; Bassalleck, B. ; Burger, T. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C49 (1994) 3211-3218, 1994.
Inspire Record 383739 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25998
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Fragmentation of Neon-22 Relativistic Nuclei on Photoemulsion Nuclei

The Alma Ata-Bucharest-Leningrad-Dubna-Dushanbe-Yerevan- Kosice-Cracow-Leningrad-Moscow-Tashkent-Tbilisi-Ulan Bator-Zernograd collaboration Andreeva, N.P. ; Anzon, Z.V. ; Bubnov, V.I. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 47 (1988) 102-108, 1988.
Inspire Record 239909 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.38972
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NUCLEUS IS THE NUCLEUS OF EMULSION.

NUCLEUS IS THE NUCLEUS OF EMULSION.

NUCLEUS IS THE NUCLEUS OF EMULSION.

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Intranuclear cascade percolation approach for protons and light fragments production in neon niobium reactions at 400-MeV and 800-MeV per nucleon

Montarou, G. ; Marroncle, J. ; Alard, J.P. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C47 (1993) 2764-2781, 1993.
Inspire Record 362233 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26046

The results of intranuclear cascade calculations (ideal gas with two-body collisions and no mean field), complemented by a simple percolation procedure, are compared with experimental data on protons and light nuclear fragments (d, t, He3, and He4) measured in 400 and 800 MeV/nucleon Ne+Nb collisions using a large solid angle detector. The model reproduces quite well global experimental observables like nuclear fragment multiplicity distributions or production cross sections, and nuclear fragment to proton ratios. For rapidity distributions the best agreement occurs for peripheral reactions. Transverse momentum analysis confirms once again that the cascade, although being a microscopic approach, gives too small a collective flow, the best agreement being reached for Z=2 nuclear fragments. Nevertheless these comparisons are encouraging for further improvements of the model. Moreover, such an approach is easy to extend to any other models that could calculate the nucleon phase space distribution after the compression stage of the reaction, when light nuclear fragments emitted at large angles are constructed from percolation.

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A Study of fragmentation of relativistic carbon nucleus inelastically interacting with propane and tantalum nuclei

Belaga, V.V. ; Bondarenko, A.I. ; Kanarek, T. ; et al.
Phys.Atom.Nucl. 59 (1996) 1935-1941, 1996.
Inspire Record 403063 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.17175
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C3H8 nucleus. P, DEUT and TRITIUM in the final state are considered as spectators.

P, DEUT and TRITIUM in the final state are considered as spectators.

C_3 H_8 nucleus. P in the final state are considered as spectators.

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