Nuclear structure effects on heavy-ion reactions with microscopic theory
The self-consistent mean-field Hartree-Fock (HF) theory, both static and time-dependent (TDHF) versions, is used to study static and dynamic properties of fusion reactions between even 40-54Ca isotopes and 116Sn. The bare nucleus-nucleus potential, calculated with the frozen HF approach, is affected by the groundstate density of the nuclei. However, once dynamical effects are included, as in TDHF, the static effects on the barrier are essentially washed out. Dynamic properties of the nuclei,...[Show more]
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