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Effect of nuclear compressibility on the fragmentation in peripheral Au+Au collisions at 35 AMeV

Abstract : We studied the fragmentation in Au(35 AMeV)+Au collisions at reduced impact parameters in the range b/b_max=0.55 and 0.95 using soft and hard equations of state. The comparison of of QMD simulations at 100 fm/c as a function of reduced impact parameter $b/b_{max}$ with Multics Miniball data showed that soft EoS accurately reproduces the experimental trend of declining fragment multiplicity with impact parameter. The hard EoS on the contrary, seems too explosive to explain the data.
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Y.K. Vermani, R. Chugh, A.D. Sood. Effect of nuclear compressibility on the fragmentation in peripheral Au+Au collisions at 35 AMeV. DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Dec 2010, Pilani, India. ⟨in2p3-00677492⟩

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