Investigation of energy dissipation and capture through fission measurements
Fusion of atomic nuclei is a process in which two nuclei overcome their mutual Coulomb repulsion and merge together to form a single nucleus. Although the concept of nuclear fusion has been known for almost a century, only the more recent development of precision experimental measurements and new theoretical ideas demonstrated how essential it is to consider quantum superposition effects. It is now recognised that fusion cross sections at energies below and close to the barrier can only be...[Show more]
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