Correlations of neutral and charged particles in $^{40}$Ar- $^{58}$Ni reaction at 77 MeV/u

Abstract : The measurement of the two-particle correlation function for different particle species allows to obtain information about the development of the particle emission process: the space-time properties of emitting sources and the emission time sequence of different particles. The single-particle characteristics and two-particle correlation functions for neutral and charged particles registered in forward direction are used to determine that the heavy fragments (deuterons and tritons) are emitted in the first stage of the reaction (pre-equilibrium source) while the majority of neutrons and protons originates from the long-lived quasi-projectile. The emission time sequence of protons, neutrons and deuterons has been obtained from the analysis of non-identical particle correlation functions.
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K. Wosinska, J. Pluta, F. Hanappe, L. Stuttge, J.C. Angélique, et al.. Correlations of neutral and charged particles in $^{40}$Ar- $^{58}$Ni reaction at 77 MeV/u. European Physical Journal A, EDP Sciences, 2007, 32, pp.55-59. ⟨10.1140/epja/i2006-10279-1⟩. ⟨in2p3-00149009⟩



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