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Journal Articles International Journal of Modern Physics E Year : 2007

STRUCTURE OF BARRIER DISTRIBUTIONS: PROBING THE ROLE OF NEUTRON-TRANSFER CHANNELS

E. Piasecki
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Ł. Świderski
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K. Rusek
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M. KisieliŃski
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J. Jastrzebski
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A. Kordyasz
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M. Kowalczyk
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M. Mutterer
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T. Krogulski
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K. Piasecki
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P. Russotto
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A.M. Stefanini
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Abstract

In view of its large deformation, which should give rise to strong barrier structures, the $^{20}$Ne projectile has been used to study the influence of neutron-transfer channels on the distribution of barrier heights. A previous experiment with a combination of projectiles $^{20,22}$Ne suggested that the role of \alpha-particle transfer channels is small. By an appropriate choice of targets ($^{90}$Zr and $^{92}$Zr), having very similar intrinsic structures (excited states and deformation parameters) but giving rise to different Q-values for neutron transfers, we highlight the role of these channels.
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in2p3-00176615 , version 1 (04-10-2007)

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E. Piasecki, Ł. Świderski, K. Rusek, M. KisieliŃski, J. Jastrzebski, et al.. STRUCTURE OF BARRIER DISTRIBUTIONS: PROBING THE ROLE OF NEUTRON-TRANSFER CHANNELS. International Journal of Modern Physics E, 2007, 16, pp.502-510. ⟨10.1142/S0218301307005934⟩. ⟨in2p3-00176615⟩
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