The GALILEO array is a high-efficiency gamma-ray spectrometer, resident at the Legnaro National Laboratory (LNL) in Italy, and it is currently used in combination with the Si-ball EUCLIDES for the detection of charged-particles. The combined setup was used in the Li-6+Y-89 experiment with incident energies of 22 MeV and 34 MeV to investigate the influence of breakup and transfer of weakly bound projectile on the fusion process. Using the coincidence by the charged particles and gamma-rays, the different reaction channels can be clearly identified and the different reaction mechanisms can be clearly studied. It is shown that this facility can be used well to explore the fusion reaction mechanisms induced by weakly bound nuclei.

A powerful combination measurement for exploring the fusion reaction mechanisms induced by weakly bound nuclei

Testov, D.;John, P. R.;Valiente-Dobón, J. J.;Goasduff, A.;Siciliano, M.;Galtarossa, F.;Recchia, F.;Mengoni, D.;Boso, A.;Lenzi, S. M.;
2019

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The GALILEO array is a high-efficiency gamma-ray spectrometer, resident at the Legnaro National Laboratory (LNL) in Italy, and it is currently used in combination with the Si-ball EUCLIDES for the detection of charged-particles. The combined setup was used in the Li-6+Y-89 experiment with incident energies of 22 MeV and 34 MeV to investigate the influence of breakup and transfer of weakly bound projectile on the fusion process. Using the coincidence by the charged particles and gamma-rays, the different reaction channels can be clearly identified and the different reaction mechanisms can be clearly studied. It is shown that this facility can be used well to explore the fusion reaction mechanisms induced by weakly bound nuclei.
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