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What can we learn from the fission time of the super-heavy elements?

Abstract : Recent experiments performed at GANIL with a crystal blocking technique have shown direct evidences of long fission times in the Super-Heavy Elements (SHE) region. Aimed to localize the SHE island of stability, can these experiments give access to the fission barrier and then to the shell-correction energy? In this paper, we calculate the fission time of heavy elements by using a new code, KEWPIE2, devoted to the study of the SHE.We also investigate the effect of potential structure beyond the saddle on the fission time.
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D. Boilley, A. Marchix, D. Wilgenbus, Y. Lallouet, F. Gimbert, et al.. What can we learn from the fission time of the super-heavy elements?. International Workshop on Nuclear dynamics in Heavy-Ion Reactions and Neutron Stars, Jul 2007, Beijing, China. pp.1681-1693, ⟨10.1142/S0218301308010696⟩. ⟨in2p3-00311013⟩



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