EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 204, 2019XXIV International Baldin Seminar on High Energy Physics Problems “Relativistic Nuclear Physics and Quantum Chromodynamics” (Baldin ISHEPP XXIV)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions|
|Published online||03 April 2019|
Splitting of fragmentation peaks of light ions in 56Fe + 9Be collisions at 0.23 GeV/nucleon
1 NRC «Kurchatov Institute» – ITEP, 117218 Moscow, Russia
2 Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, MD-2028 Kishinev, Moldova
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Published online: 3 April 2019
The FRAGM experiment at the ITEP-TWA heavy ion facility has a unique opportunity of measuring the momentum distributions of nuclear fragments. We present the results of 56Fe fragmentation into light ions on 9Be target at 0.23 GeV/nucleon. The momentum spectra of projectile like fragments were measured with a high resolution beam line spectrometer. In contrast to the carbon fragmentation, where the momentum spectra have Gaussian-like shapes, in the emission of the light fragments the shapes have a double-humped structure. This splitting is most pronounced in proton spectra. The possibility of describing this effect by asymmetric fission and multifragmentation is discussed. A comparison is made with the results of the FRS measurements at GSI. The obtained experimental data are in a reasonable agreement with the predictions of several transport codes such as BC, INCL and LAQGSM.
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