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Total reaction cross sections of neutron-rich light nuclei measured by the COMBAS fragment-separator
 

Number 2_Vol.3

AUTHORS: B. Erdemchimeg, A.G. Artukh, S. Davaa, B.M.Hue, T. Isataev, S.A. Klygin, G.A. Kononenko, G. Khuukhenkhuu, S.M. Lukyanov, T.I. Mikhailova, V.A. Maslov, K. Mendibaev, Yu.M. Sereda, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich, A.N. Vorontzov

DOI: 10.29317/ejpfm.2019030203

PAGES: 134 - 138

DATE: 2019-06-18


ABSTRACT

Preliminary results of measurements of the total reaction cross sections σR for nuclei 4He, 6He, 8He, 7Li, 8Li, 9Li, 11Li, 7Be, 9Be, 10Be, 11Be, 12Be, 8B, 10B, 11B and 12B nuclei at energy range (10-50) AMeV with 28Si target is presented. The secondary beams of light nuclei were produced by bombardment of the 15N (50 AMeV) primary beam on Be target and separated by COMBAS fragmentseparator. In dispersive focal plane a horizontal slit defined the momentum acceptance as 1% and a wedge degrader of 600 µm Al was installed. The Bρ of the second section of the fragment-separator was adjusted for measurements in energy range (10-45) AMeV. The strong absorption model reproduces the A-dependence of σR , but not the detailed structure. We are comparing our experimental data with predictions of microscopic (dashed line) and strong absorption model, Glauber multiple scattering theory
and preliminary results are obtained.
 


KEYWORDS

total reaction cross sections, transmission method.
 


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