The study of nuclear cluster states bound by valence neutrons is a field of recent large interest. In particular, it is important to study the pre-formation of a-clusters in a-conjugate nuclei and the dynamical condensation of clusters during nuclear reactions [1-5]. The NUCL EX collaboration has recently initiated an experimental campaign of exclusive measurements of fusion evaporation reactions with light nuclei as interacting partners. In collisions involving light systems, the low expected multiplicity of fragments increases the probability of achieving a quasi-complete reconstruction of the event. In particular the formation and decay modes of an excited 24Mg system have been studied through two different reactions, 12C (95 MeV)+ 12C and 14N (80.7 MeV)+ 10B, which have been used to produce fused systems with nearly the same mass and excitation energy (-60 MeV). In particular, even the de-excitation of the Hoyle state in 12C have been studied, both in peripheral (projectiles de-excitation) and in central collisions (six a-particles channel). Moreover, a research campaign studying pre-equilibrium emission of light charged particles and cluster properties of light and medium-mass nuclei has been carried out. For this purpose, a comparative study of the three nuclear systems 180+28Si, 160+30Si and 19,-,r `` 27 + Al has been recently studied using the GARFIELD+RCo 47r setup [6]. The experimental data are compared with the predictions of simulated events generated with the statistical models (GEMINI++ and HF/) and through dynamical models like Stochastic Mean Field (SMF) and Antisymmetrized Molecular Dynamics (AMD) and filtered with a software replica of our apparatus in order to take into account the experimental conditions.

Clustering in light nuclei and their effects on fusion and pre - equilibrium processes / Gramegna, F; Cicerchia, M; Fabris, D; Marchi, T; Cinausero, M; Degerlier, M; Mabiala, J; Mantovani, G; Morelli, L; D'Agostino, M; Bruno, M; Barlini, S; Bini, M; Pasquali, G; Piantelli, S; Casini, G; Pastore, G; Gruyer, D; Ottanelli, P; Valdre, S; Gelli, N; Olmi, A; Poggi, G; Vardaci, E; Lombardo, I; Dell'Aquila, D; and Leoni, S; Cieplicka-Orynczak, N; Fornal, B; Mengoni, D; Collazuol, G; Caciolli, A; Colonna, M; Ono, A; Baiocco, G. - In: EPJ WEB OF CONFERENCES. - ISSN 2100-014X. - ELETTRONICO. - 163:(2017), pp. 1-6. ((Intervento presentato al convegno International Conference on Heavy-Ion Collisions at Near-Barrier Energies [10.1051/epjconf/201716300020].

Clustering in light nuclei and their effects on fusion and pre - equilibrium processes.

Barlini, S;Pasquali, G;Casini, G;Pastore, G;Ottanelli, P;Olmi, A;Poggi, G;
2017

Abstract

The study of nuclear cluster states bound by valence neutrons is a field of recent large interest. In particular, it is important to study the pre-formation of a-clusters in a-conjugate nuclei and the dynamical condensation of clusters during nuclear reactions [1-5]. The NUCL EX collaboration has recently initiated an experimental campaign of exclusive measurements of fusion evaporation reactions with light nuclei as interacting partners. In collisions involving light systems, the low expected multiplicity of fragments increases the probability of achieving a quasi-complete reconstruction of the event. In particular the formation and decay modes of an excited 24Mg system have been studied through two different reactions, 12C (95 MeV)+ 12C and 14N (80.7 MeV)+ 10B, which have been used to produce fused systems with nearly the same mass and excitation energy (-60 MeV). In particular, even the de-excitation of the Hoyle state in 12C have been studied, both in peripheral (projectiles de-excitation) and in central collisions (six a-particles channel). Moreover, a research campaign studying pre-equilibrium emission of light charged particles and cluster properties of light and medium-mass nuclei has been carried out. For this purpose, a comparative study of the three nuclear systems 180+28Si, 160+30Si and 19,-,r `` 27 + Al has been recently studied using the GARFIELD+RCo 47r setup [6]. The experimental data are compared with the predictions of simulated events generated with the statistical models (GEMINI++ and HF/) and through dynamical models like Stochastic Mean Field (SMF) and Antisymmetrized Molecular Dynamics (AMD) and filtered with a software replica of our apparatus in order to take into account the experimental conditions.
EPJ Web of Conferences
International Conference on Heavy-Ion Collisions at Near-Barrier Energies
Gramegna, F; Cicerchia, M; Fabris, D; Marchi, T; Cinausero, M; Degerlier, M; Mabiala, J; Mantovani, G; Morelli, L; D'Agostino, M; Bruno, M; Barlini, S; Bini, M; Pasquali, G; Piantelli, S; Casini, G; Pastore, G; Gruyer, D; Ottanelli, P; Valdre, S; Gelli, N; Olmi, A; Poggi, G; Vardaci, E; Lombardo, I; Dell'Aquila, D; and Leoni, S; Cieplicka-Orynczak, N; Fornal, B; Mengoni, D; Collazuol, G; Caciolli, A; Colonna, M; Ono, A; Baiocco, G
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