Slow Nuclear Decoherence: Possibilities to Detect the Decay of Thermalized-Nonequilibrated Matter
The statistical reactions with memory approach suggests the possibility of forming thermalized-nonequilibrated matter in nucleon-induced reactions. Unlike the fully equilibrated compound nucleus of Bohr, the decay of the thermalized-nonequilibrated system is characterised by the forward peaking of the evaporating particles and the significant spontaneous channel-channel correlation. This correlation results in the nonself-averaging of the excitation function fluctuations in the evaporation...[Show more]
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