Investigation for Suitable Target-Projectile combination for Fusion from the Isotopes of Ti and Nd using Intrinsic Fusion and Fission Barriers Analysis
Keywords:Superheavy nuclei, Deformed and oriented nuclei, Intrinsic fusion barrier, fission barriers, belly-belly and tip-tip orientations
Background: A configuration is most suitable for the fusion if it corresponds to a minimum intrinsic fusion barrier and maximum fission barrier.
Purpose: To find a suitable target-projectile combination from the isotopes of Ti and Nd by analyzing the intrinsic fusion and fission barriers theoretically by including the deformations up to hexadecapole order.
Methods: The fragmentation theory has been used for the calculations.
Results: The intrinsic fusion barrier is minimum and fission barrier is maximum for the targetprojectile combination: 43Ti+150Nd in belly-belly configuration, and the inclusion of deformation of higher order leads to the decrease of fission barrier for the prolate shaped cases and compactness for most of the cases.
Conclusions: The most suitable target-projectile combination from the isotopes of Ti and Nd for the fusion is 43Ti+150Nd.
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