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Tailoring transient effects with fission of radioactive heavy-ion beams

Abstract : An innovative approach for studying transient effects in nuclear fission is proposed. Fragmentation of radioactive actinides is employed to prepare fissile nuclei in well-defined initial conditions, and the fission-fragment nuclear charge distribution is used to establish a clock for the dynamical evolution of the system. Based on a so-far un-reached large number of fissioning systems, the study demonstrates the undeniable manifestation of transient effects at high excitation energy and addresses the question about the influence of initial deformation.
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C. Schmitt, A. Kelic, K.-H. Schmidt, A. Heinz, B. Jurado, et al.. Tailoring transient effects with fission of radioactive heavy-ion beams. 4th International Workshop on Nuclear Fission-Product Spectroscopy (FISSION 2009), May 2009, Saint Paul lez Durance, France. pp.43-46, ⟨10.1063/1.3258264⟩. ⟨in2p3-00385084⟩



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