EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 86, 2015VI International Conference FUSION14
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||29 January 2015|
Heavy ion collision dynamics of 10,11B+10,11B reactions
1 Department of physics, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib - 140406, India
2 Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib - 140406, India
3 Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh - 160014, India
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Published online: 29 January 2015
The dynamical cluster-decay model (DCM) of Gupta and collaborators has been applied successfully to the decay of very-light (A ∼ 30), light (A ∼ 40−80), medium, heavy and super-heavy mass compound nuclei for their decay to light particles (evaporation residues, ER), fusion-fission (ff), and quasi-fission (qf) depending on the reaction conditions. We intend to extend here the application of DCM to study the extreme case of decay of very-light nuclear systems 20,21,22Ne∗ formed in 10,11B+10,11B reactions, for which experimental data is available for their binary symmetric decay (BSD) cross sections, i.e., σBSD. For the systems under study, the calculations are presented for the σBSD in terms of their preformation and barrier penetration probabilities P0 and P. Interesting results are that in the decay of such lighter systems there is a competing reaction mechanism (specifically, the deep inelastic orbiting of non-compound nucleus (nCN) origin) together with ff. We have emipirically estimated the contribution of σnCN. Moreover, the important role of nuclear structure characteristics via P0 as well as angular momentum ℓ in the reaction dynamics are explored in the study.
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