The Finite Size Effects in Fusion of Deformed Nuclei at Incident Energies Near the Barrier
By the end of the last century, the precision of heavy-ion-fusion cross-section measurement had been increased up to 1%. This allowed the measured cross sections to be converted into experimental fusion-barrier distributions. In the experimental analysis, the barrier distributions were analyzed using a Woods-Saxon shape for the nuclear part of the bare nucleus-nucleus potential. This potential was defined along the line joining the centers of the two nuclei ("centerline potential"), which, for...[Show more]
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