Structural effects in nuclide distributions from fission and fragmentation

Abstract : A survey is given on structural effects in the nuclide production from fission and fragmentation reactions, including recent results from GSI. The prominent structural features found in low-energy fission are related to pairing correlations and shell effects as described by standard models. A complex fine structure observed in the end products after the deexcitation of highly excited nuclei is deduced from the production yields of the system U-238+Ti at I A GeV. Possible reasons for this structure are discussed, which go beyond the features found in low-energy fission.
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M.V. Ricciardi, K.-H. Schmidt, P. Napolitani, A. Ignatyuk, F. Rejmund. Structural effects in nuclide distributions from fission and fragmentation. Acta Physica Hungarica, 2003, 18, pp.371-376. ⟨in2p3-00020265⟩



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