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Study of deformation effects in the charged particle emission from $^{46}$Ti

Abstract : The 46Ti compound nucleus, as populated by the fusion-evaporation reaction 27Al + 19F at the bombarding energy of 144 MeV, has been investigated by charged particle spectroscopy using the multidetector array ICARE at the VIVITRON tandem facility of the IReS (Strasbourg). The light charged particles have been measured in coincidence with evaporation residues. The CACARIZO code, a Monte Carlo implementation of the statistical-model code CASCADE, has been used to calculate the spectral shapes of evaporated alpha-particles which are compared with the experimental spectra. This comparison indicates the possible signature of large deformations of the compound nucleus.
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M. Brekiesz, P. Papka, A. Maj, M. Kmiecik, C. Beck, et al.. Study of deformation effects in the charged particle emission from $^{46}$Ti. XXXIX Zakopane School of Physics - International Symposium "Atomic nuclei at extreme values of temperature, spin and isospin", Aug 2004, Zakopane, Poland. pp.1175. ⟨in2p3-00023494⟩



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