Mass correlation between light and heavy reaction products in multinucleon transfer Au197+Te130 collisions

Galtarossa, F. and Corradi, L. and Szilner, Suzana and Fioretto, E. and Pollarolo, G. and Mijatović, Tea and Montanari, D. and Ackermann, D. and Bourgin, D. and Courtin, S. and Fruet, G. and Goasduff, A. and Grebosz, J. and Haas, F. and Jelavić Malenica, Desa and Jeong, S. C. and Jia, H. M. and John, P. R. and Mengoni, D. and Milin, Matko and Montagnoli, G. and Scarlassara, F. and Skukan, Natko and Soić, Neven and Stefanini, A. M. and Strano, E. and Tokić, Vedrana and Ur, C. A. and Valiente-Dobón, J. J. and Watanabe, Y. X. (2018) Mass correlation between light and heavy reaction products in multinucleon transfer Au197+Te130 collisions. Physical Review C, 97 (5). pp. 54606-7. ISSN 2469-9985

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We studied multinucleon transfer reactions in the 197Au+130Te system at Elab=1.07 GeV by employing the PRISMA magnetic spectrometer coupled to a coincident detector. For each light fragment we constructed, in coincidence, the distribution in mass of the heavy partner of the reaction. With a Monte Carlo method, starting from the binary character of the reaction, we simulated the de-excitation process of the produced heavy fragments to be able to understand their final mass distribution. The total cross sections for pure neutron transfer channels have also been extracted and compared with calculations performed with the grazing code.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: multinucleon transfer reaction, neutron-rich nuclei
Date: 17 May 2018
Number of Pages: 7
Subjects: NATURAL SCIENCES > Physics
Additional Information: © 2018 American Physical Society. Received 8 November 2017; revised manuscript received 10 April 2018; published 17 May 2018.
Divisions: Faculty of Science > Department of Physics
Project code: 098-1191005-2890, IP-2013-11-7194
Publisher: American Physical Society
Depositing User: Gordana Stubičan Ladešić
Date Deposited: 16 Jul 2018 08:59
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2018 08:59

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