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New experimental approaches to investigate the fission dynamics

Abstract : The first ever achieved full identification of both fission fragments, in atomic and mass number, made it possible to define new observables sensitive to the fission dynamics along the fission path up to the scission point. Moreover, proton-induced fission of 208 Pb at high energies offers optimal conditions for the investigation of dissipative, and transient effects, because of the high-excitation energy of the fissioning nuclei, its low angular momentum, and limited shape distortion by the reaction. In this work we show that the charge distribution of the final fission fragments can constrain the ground-to-saddle dynamics while the mass distribution is sensitive to the dynamics until the scission point.
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J. Benlliure, J.L. Rodriguez-Sanchez, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Audouin, Y. Ayyad, et al.. New experimental approaches to investigate the fission dynamics. The 11th Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications, Nov 2015, Medellin, Colombia. pp.030014, ⟨10.1063/1.4955355⟩. ⟨in2p3-01368519⟩



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