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Topology of &8221; in the relativistic fragmentation of light nuclei

N. P. Andreeva ; V. Bradnova ; S. Vokal ; A. Vokalova ; A. Sh. Gaitinov ; S. G. Gerasimov ; ; L. A. Goncharova ; V. A. Dronov ; P. I. Zarubin ; I. G. Zarubina ; A. D. Kovalenko ; A. Kravchakova ; ; V. G. Larionova ; O. V. Levitskaya ; F. G. Lepekhin ; A. I. Malakhov ; A. A. Moiseenko ; G. I. Orlova ; ; N. G. Peresadko ; N. G. Polukhina ; P. A. Rukoyatkin ; V. V. Rusakova ; N. A. Salmanova ; ; V. R. Sarkisyan ; B. B. Simonov ; E. Stan ; R. Stanoeva ; M. M. Chernyavsky ; M. Haiduc ; ; S. P. Kharlamov ; I. Tsakov ; T. V. Schedrina and The BECQUEREL Collaboration
Phys Atom Nucl

Published in: Physics of atomic nuclei
Vol.: 68    Num./Issue: 3
Page No: 455-465
ISSN: 1063-7788
Year: Phys Atom Nucl / 2005

Abstract: Experimental observations of the multifragmentation of relativistic light nuclei by means of emulsions are surveyed. Events that belong to the type of &8221; and in which the dissociation of relativistic nuclei is not accompanied by the production of mesons and target-nucleus fragments are considered. An almost complete suppression of the binary splitting of nuclei to fragments of charge in excess of two, Z > 2, is a feature peculiar to charge topology in the dissociation of Ne, Mg, Si, and S nuclei. An increase in the degree of nuclear fragmentation manifests itself in the growth of the multiplicity of singly and doubly charged fragments (Z = 1, 2) as the charge of the unexcited fragmenting-nucleus part (which is the main part) decreases. Features of the production of systems formed by extremely light nuclei &8220;white stars” in the dissociation of neutron-deficient isotopes of Be, B, C, and N.

Language: rus

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