Multifragment Disintegration of the Xe+Au System at E/A=50 MeV
Multifragment disintegrations following Xe129+197Au collisions at E/A=50 MeV have been studied with a multidetector system covering 88% of 4π in solid angle. The average number of intermediate-mass fragments (Z=3–20) increases strongly as a function of charged-particle multiplicity and reaches values larger than six for the most violent collisions. The results are compared to calculations with both dynamical and statistical models.
Repository citation: Bowman, D. R.; Peaslee, Graham F.; de Souza, R. T.; Carlin, N.; Gelbke, C. K.; Gong, W. G.; Yim, Y. D.; Lisa, M. A.; Lynch, W. G.; Phair, L.; Tsang, M. B.; Williams, C.; Williams, C.; Colonna, N.; Hanold, K.; McMahan, M. A.; Wozniak, G. J.; Moretto, L. G.; and Friedman, W. A., "Multifragment Disintegration of the Xe+Au System at E/A=50 MeV" (1991). Faculty Publications. Paper 1142.
Published in: Physical Review Letters, Volume 67, Issue 12, September 16, 1991, pages 1527-1530. Copyright © 1991 American Physical Society.
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