Light charged particles emitted at about 90◦ in the frame of the projectile-like fragment in semiperipheral collisions of 93Nb+93Nb at 38A MeV give evidence for the occurrence, in the same class of events, of two different production mechanisms. This is demonstrated by differences in the kinetic energy spectra and in the isotopic composition of the particles. The emission with a softer kinetic energy spectrum and a low N/Z ratio for the hydrogen isotopes is attributed to an evaporation process. The harder emission, with a much higher N/Z ratio, can be attributed to a midvelocity process consisting of a nonisotropic emission, on a short time-scale, from the projectile-like fragment.

Distinctive features of Coulomb-related emissions in peripheral heavy ion collisions at Fermi energies / S.PIANTELLI;P.R.MAURENZIG;A.OLMI;L.BARDELLI;M.BINI;G.CASINI;A.MANGIAROTTI;G.PASQUALI;G.POGGI;A.A.STEFANINI. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW. C, NUCLEAR PHYSICS. - ISSN 0556-2813. - STAMPA. - 76:(2007), pp. 061601-1-061601-5. [10.1103/PhysRevC.76.061601]

Distinctive features of Coulomb-related emissions in peripheral heavy ion collisions at Fermi energies

MAURENZIG, PAOLO;OLMI, ALESSANDRO;BARDELLI, LUIGI;BINI, MAURIZIO;CASINI, GIOVANNI;PASQUALI, GABRIELE;POGGI, GIACOMO;STEFANINI, ANDREA
2007

Abstract

Light charged particles emitted at about 90◦ in the frame of the projectile-like fragment in semiperipheral collisions of 93Nb+93Nb at 38A MeV give evidence for the occurrence, in the same class of events, of two different production mechanisms. This is demonstrated by differences in the kinetic energy spectra and in the isotopic composition of the particles. The emission with a softer kinetic energy spectrum and a low N/Z ratio for the hydrogen isotopes is attributed to an evaporation process. The harder emission, with a much higher N/Z ratio, can be attributed to a midvelocity process consisting of a nonisotropic emission, on a short time-scale, from the projectile-like fragment.
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S.PIANTELLI;P.R.MAURENZIG;A.OLMI;L.BARDELLI;M.BINI;G.CASINI;A.MANGIAROTTI;G.PASQUALI;G.POGGI;A.A.STEFANINI
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