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Properties of light particles produced in Ar + Ni collisions at 95 A.MeV : evaporation versus prompt emission

By D. Dore, C. Volant, J. Cugnon, R. Legrain, G. Auger, Ch-O. Bacri, N. Bellaize, B. Borderie, R. Bougault, B. Bouriquet, R. Brou, J-P. Buchet, J-L. Charvet, A. Chbihi, J. Colin, D. Cussol, R. Dayras, A. Demeyer, D. Durand, J.D. Frankland, E. Galichet, E. Genouin-Duhamel, E. Gerlic, D. Guinet, B. Guiot, S. Hudan, P. Lautesse, F. Lavaud, J.L. Laville, J.F. Lecolley, C. Leduc, N. Le Neindre, O. Lopez, M. Louvel, A.-M. Maskay, L. Nalpas, J. Normand, P. Pawlowski, M. Pârlog, E. Plagnol, M-F. Rivet, E. Rosato, F. Saint-Laurent, J.C. Steckmeyer, G. Tabacaru, B. Tamain, L. Tassan-Got, E. Vient and J.P. Wieleczko


Matière Nucléaire, GANIL0 E207International audienceIntermediate velocity emissions of light charged particle are studied for te Ar + Ni system at 95 A. MeV. Experimental parallel veocity distributions and transverse energies are compared to those of a calculation based on intranuclear cascades followed by an evaporation step. The trend of the distributions are very similar confirming the importance of prompt emissions in experimental data

Topics: [ PHYS.NEXP ] Physics [physics]/Nuclear Experiment [nucl-ex]
Publisher: American Physical Society
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:HAL:in2p3-00009778v1
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