Gamma rays as probe of fission and quasi-fission dynamics in the reaction 32S + 197Au near the Coulomb barrier
Pulcini, A., Vardaci, E., Kozulin, E., Ashaduzzaman, M., Borcea, C., Bracco, A., Brambilla, S., Calinescu, S., Camera, F., Ciemala, M., Canditiis, B. D., Dorvaux, O., Harca, I. M., Itkis, I., Kirakosyan, V.V., Knyazheva, G., Kozulina, N., Kolesov, I. V., La Rana, G., . . . Wilson, J. (2018). Gamma rays as probe of fission and quasi-fission dynamics in the reaction 32S + 197Au near the Coulomb barrier. In G. Mandaglio, A. Trifirò, & M. Trimarchi (Eds.), NRNN 2017 : International Workshop “Nuclear Reactions on Nucleons and Nuclei” (Article 012013). IOP Publishing. Journal of Physics : Conference Series, 1014. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1014/1/012013
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Compound nucleus fission and quasi-fission are both binary decay channels whose common properties make the experimental separation between them difficult. A way to achieve this separation could be to probe the angular momentum of the binary fragments. This can be done detecting gamma rays in coincidence with the two fragments. As a case study, the reaction 32S + 197Au near the Coulomb barrier has been performed at the Tandem ALTO facility at IPN ORSAY. ORGAM and PARIS, two different gamma detectors arrays, are coupled with the CORSET detector, a two-arm time-of-flight spectrometer. TOF-TOF data were analyzed to reconstruct the mass-energy distribution of the primary fragments coupled with gamma multiplicity and spectroscopic analysis. Preliminary results of will be shown.
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