Charge Correlations and Dynamical Instabilities in the Multifragment Emission Process
A new, sensitive method allows one to search for the enhancement of events with nearly equal-sized fragments as predicted by theoretical calculations based on volume or surface instabilities. Simulations have been performed to investigate the sensitivity of the procedure. Experimentally, charge correlations of intermediate mass fragments emitted from heavy ion reactions at intermediate energies have been studied. No evidence for a preferred breakup into equal-sized fragments has been found.
Repository citation: Moretto, L. G.; Rubehn, Th.; Phair, L.; Colonna, N.; Wozniak, G. J.; Bowman, D. R.; Peaslee, Graham F.; Carlin, N.; de Souza, R. T.; Gelbke, C. K.; Gong, W. G.; Kim, Y. D.; Lisa, M. A.; Lynch, W. G.; and Williams, C., "Charge Correlations and Dynamical Instabilities in the Multifragment Emission Process" (1996). Faculty Publications. Paper 1197.
Published in: Physical Review Letters, Volume 77, Issue 13, September 23, 1996, pages 2634-2637. Copyright © 1996 American Physical Society.
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