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Hard gamma as probe of nuclear dynamics

Abstract : Experimental results concerning the Ni-58 + Ni-58 at 30 MeV/u and Ni-58 + Au-197 at 30 and 45 MeV/u reactions are presented. The emission mechanism of hard photons has been exploited to get information on the time evolution of the reactions. From the measured hard gamma multiplicity associated to different classes of heavy residues a quantitative estimate of the reaction centrality has been obtained. Moreover, evidence of a prompt Intermediate Mass Fragment (IMF) emission is shown for the Ni + Au reaction at 45 MeV/u for central collisions exploring the correlation function between thermal photons and IMF's.
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R. Coniglione, P. Sapienza, R. Alba, C. Agodi, C. Maiolino, et al.. Hard gamma as probe of nuclear dynamics. Acta Physica Hungarica, 2002, 16, pp.387-396. ⟨in2p3-00012412⟩



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