Influence of Incomplete Fusion Reaction on Complete Fusion Below 10 Mev/ Nucleon Energies

  • Harish Kumar Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim university, Aligarh – 202002, INDIA
  • Rahbar Ali Department of Physics, G. F. (P. G.) College, Shahjahanpur -242 001, INDIA
  • D. Singh Centre for Applied Physics, Central university of Jharkhand, Ranchi – 835 205, INDIA
  • Naseef M.P.N. Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim university, Aligarh – 202002, INDIA
  • M. Afzal Ansari Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim university, Aligarh – 202002, INDIA
  • K.S. Golda Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
  • S. Muralithar Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
  • RAkesh Kumar Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
  • J.J. Das Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
  • R.P. Singh Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
  • R.K. Bhowmik Inter-university Accelerator Centre, New Delhi – 110 067, INDIA
Keywords: Heavy Ion Nuclear Reaction, fusion, excitation function, Activation technique, break-up Probability

Abstract

An attempt has been made in the present work to provide an ample opportunity to explore the information about the influence of incomplete fusion (ICF) reaction dynamics on complete fusion in heavy ion induced nuclear reactions. excitation functions for several evaporation residues produced in the interaction of projectile 16O with target 175lu have been measured over the wide projectile energy range ≈ 70-100 MeV. the recoil-catcher activation technique followed by the offline γ-ray spectroscopy has been used for the present measurements. In case of precursor decay, we have made use of Cavinato et al. formulation to calculate the independent cross-section of the identified residues. the measured efs are compared with theoretical predictions of statistical model code PACE-2 and any enhancement in the measured cross-section from theoretical prediction may be due to ICF reaction process. An attempt has been made to estimate the ICf contribution of the cross-section from the measured excitation function data and the dependence of ICf cross-section on projectile energy.

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Published
2015-08-03
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Harish Kumar, Rahbar Ali, D. Singh, Naseef M.P.N., M. Afzal Ansari, K.S. Golda, S. Muralithar, RAkesh Kumar, J.J. Das, R.P. Singh, & R.K. Bhowmik. (2015). Influence of Incomplete Fusion Reaction on Complete Fusion Below 10 Mev/ Nucleon Energies . Journal of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation and Applications, 3(1), 47-54. https://doi.org/10.15415/jnp.2015.31007
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