Fusion-fission studies on 19F+206,208Pb and 11B,19F+238U reactions around barrier energies at IUAC facility
Inter University Accelerator Centre, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi, India 110067
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Published online: 22 November 2017
Fission process is strongly influenced by entrance channel dynamical variables. Among these, the nuclear charge product, mass asymmetry and deformation play important role in fission dynamics. Reaction characteristics are distinguished by investigating the properties of fission mass and angular distributions. Experiments using actinide targets are challenging due to many conflicting results making unambiguous identification of quasi-fission difficult. At IUAC accelerator facility many experiments have been performed to make a systematic study of fission mechanism and role of entrance channel parameters and deformation. Fragment mass distribution, angular distribution and neutron multiplicity measurements are performed to study reactions using spherical and deformed targets.
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