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Dissipative collisions in light heavy-ion nuclei : Recent progress and perspectives
Par : Dr. Chandana Bhattacharya, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata
Date : Jeudi 1er juin 2010 à 11h00
Lieu : IPHC, Salle de Réunion 2e étage du Bâtiment 27
Study of fragment emission mechanisms for light heavy-ion (Aproj. + Atarget <= 60) collisions, at energies (<= 10 MeV/u) is subject of great interest in the recent years. The origin of these fragments extends from quasi-elastic, deep-inelastic transfer and orbiting, to fusion – fission processes ; and in some cases the structure of the nuclei has been found to play an important role. Many interesting features, e.g., quasi molecular resonance, super deformed bands, orbiting etc. have been seen for nuclear reactions involving alpha-like nuclei. Although, there is no apparent link between these phenomena, they are believed to originate from highly deformed configuration of these systems. The occurrence of such highly deformed configurations and their evolution with excitation energy can be studied through charged particle spectroscopy. An overview of such studies, made in recent years will be presented in this talk.
Personne à contacter : Radomira LOZEVA