Experimental data concerning binary events in peripheral collisions for the systems Nb93+Nb93 and Nb93+Sn116 at 38 MeV/nucleon, collected with the Fiasco setup, are compared with calculations performed with the dynamic code AMD, coupled with the statistical code Gemini used as an afterburner. The comparison focuses on the properties of the quasiprojectile (QP) and on the total multiplicities of the emitted light charged particles. A good reproduction of the average mass ratio, charge Z, and center-of-mass angle of the QP is obtained in the examined impact parameter range (b≈7-12fm). Concerning the light charged particles, a general agreement is found for the total emitted charge, while some discrepancy remains for the multiplicities of the various species, especially for the protons, which are always overestimated by the calculations.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics