Exploring dissipative processes at high angular momentum in ⁵⁸Ni+⁶⁰Ni reactions
Williams, E.; Hinde, David; Dasgupta, Mahananda; Carter, I.P.; Cook, K.J.; Jeung, D.Y.; Luong, D.H.; McNeil, S.D.; Palshetkar, C.S.; Rafferty, D.C.; Ramachandran, K.; Simenel, C.; Simpson, E.C.; Wakhle, A.
Current coupled channels (CC) models treat fusion as a coherent quantum-mechanical process, in which coupling between the collective states of the colliding nuclei influences the probability of fusion in near-barrier reactions. While CC models have been used to successfully describe many experimental fusion barrier distribution (BD) measurements, the CC approach has failed in the notable case of ¹⁶O+²⁰⁸Pb. The reason for this is poorly understood; however, it has been postulated that...[Show more]
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