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.

Mass correlation between light and heavy reaction products in multinucleon transfer Au 197 + Te 130 collisions

Galtarossa, F.
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Szilner, S.
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Pollarolo, G.
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Montanari, D.;Ackermann, D.
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Goasduff, A.
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John, P. R.
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Mengoni, D.
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Montagnoli, G.
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Scarlassara, F.
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Strano, E.
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Ur, C. A.
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Valiente-Dobón, J. J.
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2018

Abstract

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.
2018
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