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Fission in Inverse Kinematics: A path to new experimental observables

Abstract : Historically, experimental fission studies were based on reactions in direct kinematics with fixed target-like fissioning systems. Besides its advantages, this technique suffers from some drawbacks such as the difficulty of producing exotic fissioning systems and the seldom measurement of the fragment atomic number. Inverse kinematic provides an alternative to ease these issues and offers a new set of experimental observables that improves our level of information about the fission process, including an unprecedented access to the scission point. In this document, we review some of the observables obtained from the experimental campaign based on inverse kinematics, performed at VAMOS/GANIL.
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M. Caamaño, F. Farget, D. Ramos. Fission in Inverse Kinematics: A path to new experimental observables. FUSION17, Feb 2017, Hobart, Australia. pp.00008, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/201716300008⟩. ⟨in2p3-01819896⟩



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