Nuclear symmetry energy in calcium-calcium collisions

Abstract : The density dependence of the symmetry energy is of great interest to many fields of nuclear physics and nuclear astro-physics. The E503 INDRA-VAMOS experiment performed at GANIL in 2007 is intended to provide further sub-saturation constraints using calcium-calcium collisions around the Fermi energy (35AMeV). In these proceedings this experiment will be discussed in the context of the physics it is aiming to study and will give a brief summary of the current progress of the data analysis.
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P.C. Wigg, M. Boisjoli, M. Chartier, A. Chbihi, R. Lemmon, et al.. Nuclear symmetry energy in calcium-calcium collisions. J.D Frankland, A. Pagano, S. Pirrone, M.-F Rivet, F. Rizzo. International Workshop on Multifragmentation and Related Topics - IWM2011, Nov 2011, Caen, France. EDP Sciences, 31, pp.00015, 2012, <10.1051/epjconf/20123100015>. <in2p3-00717124>

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