/ Theory-Nucl arXiv:0908.1957

Quasifission and difference in formation of evaporation residues in the O-16 + W-184 and F-19 + Ta-181 reactions

Nasirov, A.K. (Tashkent, IYF) ; Mandaglio, G. (INFN, Catania) ; Manganaro, M. (INFN, Catania) ; Muminov, A.I. (Tashkent, IYF) ; Fazio, G. (INFN, Catania) ; Giardina, G. (INFN, Catania)

Published in: Phys.Lett.
Year: 2010
Vol.: B686
Page No: 72-77
Pages: 11

Abstract: The excitation functions of capture, complete fusion, and evaporation residue formation in the $^{16}$O+$^{184}$W and $^{19}$F+$^{181}$Ta reactions leading to the same $^{200}$Pb compound nucleus has been studied theoretically to explain the experimental data showing more intense yield of evaporation residue in the former reaction in comparison with that in the latter reaction. The observed difference is explained by large capture cross section in the former and by increase of the quasifission contribution to the yield of fission-like fragments in the $^{19}$F+$^{181}$Ta reaction at large excitation energies. The probability of compound nucleus formation in the $^{16}$O+$^{184}$W reaction is larger but compound nuclei formed in both reactions have similar angular momentum ranges at the same excitation energy. The observed decrease of evaporation residue cross section normalized to the fusion cross section in the $^{19}$F+$^{181}$Ta reaction in comparison with the one in the $^{16}$O+$^{184}$W reaction at high excitation energies is explained by the increase of hindrance in the formation of compound nucleus connected with more quick increase of the quasifission contribution in the $^{19}$F induced reaction. The spin distributions of the evaporation residue cross sections for the two reactions are also presented.

Keyword(s): Complete fusion ; Angular momentum distribution ; Evaporation residue ; Fusion-fission ; Quasifission ; Fast fission

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