A study of stopping power in nuclear reactions at intermediate energies

Abstract : We show a systematic experimental study based on INDRA data of the stopping power in central symmetric nuclear reactions. Total mass of the systems goes from 80 to 400 nucleons while the incident energy range is from 12 AMeV to 100 AMeV. The role of isospin diffusion at 32 and 45 MeV/nucleon with 124,136Xe projectiles on 112,124Sn targets performed at GANIL is also discussed. Results suggest a strong memory of the entrance channel above 20 AMeV/A (nuclear transparency) and, as such, constitute valuable tests of the microscopic transport models.
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G. Lehaut, D. Durand, O. Lopez. A study of stopping power in nuclear reactions at intermediate energies. International Workshop on Multifragmentation and Related Topics (IWM 2009), Nov 2009, Catania, Italy. pp.1-7. ⟨in2p3-00462634⟩

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