Influence of multiple sources on the two-neutron correlation function in Ni-induced, intermediate energy, heavy ion reactions

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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Influence of multiple sources on the two-neutron correlation function in Ni-induced, intermediate energy, heavy ion reactions
Author(s) Ghetti, R ; Westerberg, L ; Urrata, M ; Tagliente, G ; Sperduto, M L ; Riera, G ; Paticchio, V ; Pantaleo, A ; Palomba, M ; Palazzolo, F ; Mårtensson, J ; Merchez, F ; Marrone, S ; Mahboub, D ; Lanzanó, G ; Kuznetsov, A ; Giustolisi, F ; Geraci, M ; Fokin, A ; Fiore, E M ; Di Santo, D ; D'Erasmo, G ; De Filippo, E ; Celano, L ; Cavallaro, S ; Carlèn, L ; Bellini, V ; Anzalone, A ; Jakobsson, B ; Colonna, N ; Helgesson, J
Date 2001
English abstract
The strength of the neutron-neutron correlation function from the E=45A MeV Ni-58+Al-27, Ni-nat, and Au-197 reactions depends on the neutron parallel velocity. This indicates the presence of multiple sources of neutron emission. We find these sources consistent with a dissipative, binary reaction mechanism as it is described by, e.g., Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck calculations.
Host/Issue Physical Review C
Volume 64
ISSN 0556-2813
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) 2-proton correlation-functions
Proton
Hot nuclei
43 mev/nucleon
Nuclear sources
Au-197 reactions
O-16+AL-27 reaction
Intensity interferometry
Light charged-particles
BInary dissipative collisions
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/540 (link to this page)

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