Importance of lifetime effects in breakup and suppression of complete fusion in reactions of weakly bound nuclei
Complete fusion cross sections in collisions of light, weakly bound nuclei and high Z targets show above-barrier suppression of complete fusion. This has been interpreted as resulting from breakup of the weakly bound nucleus prior to reaching the fusion barrier, reducing the probability of complete fusion. This paper investigates how these conclusions are affected by lifetimes of the resonant states that are populated prior to breakup. If the mean life of a populated resonance is much...[Show more]
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|Source:||Physical Review C|
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|PhysRevC.93.064604.pdf||1.82 MB||Adobe PDF|
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