We have measured the angular distributions and the forward recoil range distributions of residues produced in the interaction of, respectively, 151, 228 and 402 MeV 12C ions with 103Rh and the forward recoil range distributions of residues produced in the interaction of 303 MeV 16O ions with 103Rh. These data have been successfully reproduced by a theory which assumes that the dominant mechanisms are complete and incomplete fusion of the projectile with the target and single nucleon transfers from the projectile to the target and predicts that, starting from an incident energy of about 250 MeV, a large fraction of the residues has a mass and charge very close to those of the target nucleus. This is because, at incident energies of a few hundred MeV, a large fraction of the kinetic energy of 12C and 16O is carried away by fast ejectiles which then leave behind the intermediate equilibrated nuclei with a rather small excitation energy and small forward linear momentum.

Angular distributions and forward recoil range distributions of residues created in the interaction of 12C and 16O with 103Rh / E. Gadioli, C. Birattari, M. Cavinato, E. Fabrici, E. Gadioli Erba, V. Allori, G. Bello, F. Cerutti, A. Di Filippo, S. Vailati, T. G. Stevens, S. H. Connell, J. P. F. Sellschop, F. M. Nortier, G. F. Steyn, C. Marchetta. - In: NUCLEAR PHYSICS. A. - ISSN 0375-9474. - 641:3(1998), pp. 271-296.

Angular distributions and forward recoil range distributions of residues created in the interaction of 12C and 16O with 103Rh

M. Cavinato;
1998

Abstract

We have measured the angular distributions and the forward recoil range distributions of residues produced in the interaction of, respectively, 151, 228 and 402 MeV 12C ions with 103Rh and the forward recoil range distributions of residues produced in the interaction of 303 MeV 16O ions with 103Rh. These data have been successfully reproduced by a theory which assumes that the dominant mechanisms are complete and incomplete fusion of the projectile with the target and single nucleon transfers from the projectile to the target and predicts that, starting from an incident energy of about 250 MeV, a large fraction of the residues has a mass and charge very close to those of the target nucleus. This is because, at incident energies of a few hundred MeV, a large fraction of the kinetic energy of 12C and 16O is carried away by fast ejectiles which then leave behind the intermediate equilibrated nuclei with a rather small excitation energy and small forward linear momentum.
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