Neutron pick-up reactions in 18O (10 MeV/nucleon) + Ta

Number 4_Vol.4

AUTHORS: S. Lukyanov, T. Issatayev, B.M. Hue, V. Maslov, K. Mendibayev, S.S. Stukalov, D. Aznabayev, A. Shakhov, K.A. Kuterbekov, A.M. Kabyshev

DOI: 10.29317/ejpfm.2020040401

PAGES: 274 - 280

DATE: 2020-12-25


The availability of new radioactive ion beams has broadened the study of nuclear reactions and nuclear structure. The main mechanism to produce the secondary beams is the fragmentation of the projectile. An alternative method for the production of the exotic nuclei is the multinucleon transfer. We measured production cross section for the B, C, N and O isotopes in the reaction 18O + Ta and the beam energy at 10 MeV/nucleon. The cross-sections were obtained by integrating the momentum distributions of the isotopes. It was shown that in deep inelastic processes the production yields of different isotopes could be well described using statistical models and could also be explained by the Qgg-systematic.


neutron-rich nuclei, transfer reactions, heavy ions, multinucleon transfer.


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