Geometric shapes describing nuclear reaction mechanisms such as fusion, alpha emission and capture, binary and ternary fission, planar fragmentation and n-alpha nuclei

Abstract : Different shape sequences useful to describe simply the fusion, alpha emission or capture, binary and ternary fission, planar and three dimensional fragmentation and n-alpha nuclei are gathered together. Their geometric characteristics allowing to determine the total energy and the dynamics of a nuclear system are provided, mainly the volume, the surface, the Coulomb function, the moments of inertia, the quadrupole moment and the rms radius.
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G. Royer, J. Jahan, N. Mokus. Geometric shapes describing nuclear reaction mechanisms such as fusion, alpha emission and capture, binary and ternary fission, planar fragmentation and n-alpha nuclei. 15th International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms, Jun 2018, Varenna, Italy. ⟨in2p3-02302754⟩

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