Studies of heavy ion reactions around Coulomb barrier

H. Q. Zhang, C. L. Zhang, H. M. Jia, C. J. Lin, F. Yang, Z. H. Liu, Z. D. Wu, F. Jia, X. X. Xu, A. Richard, A. K. Nasirov, G. Mandaglio, M. Manganaro, G. Giardina, K. Hagino

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The angular distributions of fission fragments for the 32S+ 184W reaction near Coulomb barrier energies were measured. The experimental fission excitation function is obtained. The measured fission cross sections are decomposed into fusion-fission, quasifission and fast fission contributions by the dinuclear system model. The hindrance to complete fusion both at small and large collision energies is explained. The fusion excitation functions of 32S+90,96Zr in an energy range from above to below Coulomb barrier were measured and analyzed. The obvious effect of positive Q-value neutron transfers has been observed in the 32S+ 96Zr system. In addition, the excitation functions of quasielastic scattering at a backward angle have been measured for the systems of 16O + 208Pb, 196Pt, 184W, and 154,152Sm at energies well below the Coulomb barrier. Considering the coupling effects, the extracted diffuseness parameters are close to the values extracted from the systematic analysis of elastic and inelastic scattering data.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNuclear Physics Trends - 7th China-Japan Joint Nuclear Physics Symposium
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event7th Japan-China Joint Nuclear Physics Symposium - Tsukuba, Japan
Duration: 2009 Nov 92009 Nov 13

Publication series

NameAIP Conference Proceedings
ISSN (Print)0094-243X
ISSN (Electronic)1551-7616


Other7th Japan-China Joint Nuclear Physics Symposium


  • Fusion enhancement
  • Fusion-fission
  • Neutron transfer
  • Quasifission
  • Surface diffuseness parameter

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)


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