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Fission yields of minor actinides at low energy through multi-nucleon transfer reactions of $^{238}$U on $^{12}$C

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D. Ramos
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M. Caamaño
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J. Benlliure
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E. Casarejos
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D. Cortina
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O. Delaune
X. Derkx
B. Fernandez-Dominguez
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A. Heinz
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C. Paradela
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T. Roger
M.D. Salsac
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Abstract

First preliminary results of fragments distribution as a function of the excitation energy for different fissioning systems from U to Cm and 250Cf are presented. A new method based on inverse kinematics to study transferinduced fission of minor actinides was carried out in GANIL in 2008, and again in 2011. In these experiments, a 238U beam at 6.1 AMeV impinged on a carbon target to produce fissioning systems by multi-nucleon transfer reactions, resulting in the first experiments accessing the full identification of a collection of fissioning systems and their corresponding fission fragments distribution. The excitation energy is deduced from the detection of the recoil nucleus in an angular DE-E stripped silicon telescope, and the identification of the fragments is made possible by the VAMOS spectrometer.

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in2p3-01146250 , version 1 (28-04-2015)

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D. Ramos, C. Rodriguez-Tajes, M. Caamaño, F. Fanny Farget, L. Audouin, et al.. Fission yields of minor actinides at low energy through multi-nucleon transfer reactions of $^{238}$U on $^{12}$C. The Zakopane Conference on Nuclear Physics “Extremes of the Nuclear Landscape”,, Aug 2014, Zakopane, Poland. pp.443-446, ⟨10.5506/APhysPolB.46.443⟩. ⟨in2p3-01146250⟩
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